Students at BFG school are the best! They come to school eager and ready to learn. They love reading high-interest books and learning new things. Hands-on science experiments are always exciting for them, and they love creating projects in social studies. Introducing math centers in the past year has helped to motivate students, and has enabled me to work in small groups with them during math. Having an organized classroom where students have access to needed materials is always an asset.
Moving from large group to small group instruction has its challenges. Help me make this transition seamless and easy by giving my students more seating and storage options.
The stools will allow students to move into small groups without spending wasted time reorganizing their chairs and desks.
The storage shelves will give my students a place to organize their materials and be able to grab what they need in an instant and take them to their small groups.
These materials will helps students to move into groups quickly which allows us to start learning faster.
Getting into small groups quickly is important. In the past students would spend a lot of time reorganizing our existing furniture before and after small group time. Having this new furniture will eliminate the need to move furniture around before starting small group instruction.
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