To say I love my students would be an understatement, to say the least! This batch of sixth-graders has been one the most responsible, considerate, and hard-working groups I've encountered in recent years. Their insatiable love for learning has an infectious effect on others, and the generous manner in which they conduct themselves is beyond measure. Honestly, I'd be hard-pressed to find another class of kids more deserving than this bunch!
Being that a great majority of our students come from low-income households, many have never left the comfort of our quaint little beach-town.
Much of the experience that we try to build for students, in hopes of improving literacy, comes from the books and applications that we use in our classrooms. Unfortunately, these resources can sometimes be limited, and do not always cater to the many different learning styles found in our classes today.
Throughout this school year, my students have worked diligently to develop their personal character, and their gratitude is the one trait that has grown by leaps and bounds. I know that given the opportunity to learn in a different, engaging environment, it would be an experience they would soon not forget!
All learners, especially students with special needs, need comfortable seating to help keep them engaged to learn better! With these flexible seating chair sets, my students will be able to do just that!
These flexible chair sets will allow my students to flow in and out of small groups fluidly and with ease.
We read novels and do many project based learning activities throughout the year and these will make flowing into literature circles and small groups quite easy. My students will be excited to use these and since I will only be able to get 7, I can use them as a positive incentive in class as well.
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