Help me give my students a holiday book of their very own to take home and read over winter break.
This project expired on December 12, 2018.
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My first-grade students are a group of enthusiastic, energetic and excited little learners!
Each day, students come to class eager to learn and make the most out of their time at school.
Our school is a Title I low income school, and even though this does provide some challenges at times, we do everything we can to help all of my students succeed. My students are very appreciative and each day are learning and practicing how to be kind and caring individuals.
Ever wonder what snowmen do at night? They don't just stay in your front yard! The book I am requesting as a gift for my students reveals just the answer to this and will help to build excitement and enjoyment when reading!
My students are becoming amazing first grade readers and are working hard each day to increase their reading abilities and excitement about reading and love for this subject.
Students will love the opportunity to take books home and practice their reading. If students were given a book of their very own I know they would cherish and love reading it to their families over winter break. This book would truly be a great gift. Not only will students love reading it at home but we will be reading it in class as well. We will also be completing writing and art projects to go with this cute and very fun story that help to meet our state standards.
With your generosity students will have a wonderful winter story to call their very own and to be loved for years to come.
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