Help me give my students basic supplies for loads of fun learning! These hands on materials will help us learn in the classroom! We need journals, a karaoke microphone, sea life viewer, books and a wooden stamp set.
Like many four year olds, my students like to be active! Their favorite time of the day is recess, of course, so they can run and move around and have the proper space to do so. They are gaining so much developmentally in doing so!
Our county PreK program is voluntary, so the focus is to enroll students in the undeserved population, which includes children who may be considered "at-risk." At risk factors can include family structure, income, and special family situations.
My goal is to provide the best active and hands-on learning experience for these kids, as they are "learning" school and getting ready for Kindergarten.
These materials will help give us creative ideas as we are learning throughout the year! There are hands on materials for hands on learning! Our imaginations at this age are what help us learn!
The books will help take us to new places and ideas when it comes to designing and structures.
Instead of the simple tower, they will help us expand our imagination and expand our building.
Other materials such as the notebooks and stamps will help with both learning letters as well as fine motor skills! Fine motor skills help us become better writers as we get older.
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