Our school motto is success and nothing less! Our students are challenged daily to do their best at home, in the community, and at school.
We are considered a Title I school, where the majority of students are from low socioeconomic backgrounds.
Most of our students qualify for the Free/Reduced-Price Lunch Program and a great number have limited to no access to technology in the home.
However, even with all of these challenges, our students show up every day with smiling faces and a positive attitude ready to take on the world.
Providing my students with a reading and writing skills folder game library will give my students a variety of fun and engaging ways to help build their vocabulary, practice reading comprehension, and improve their grammar and writing skills. These resources will afford my students with a multitude of quick and easy, ready to go activities for independent practice, and because all the activities are self-checking they’ll receive instant reinforcement! I plan to utilize this resource to provide targeted intervention during small group instruction. Often times, exceptional students require continuous review of skills and these games will provide a fun way to review skills. This file folder game library is just what my students need to strengthen their reading and writing skills.
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