These materials will help students continue learning through school closures and other scheduling uncertainties related to coronavirus. Items will be delivered to the location chosen by the teacher.
GLOW Architecture at Home for First Grade
Help me give my students neon building supplies and a blacklight flashlight to create GLOW architecture.
With students potentially home for the start of the upcoming school year, emotions have been all over and many are struggling to accept the loss of physically going to school. Our students are home with limited resources, many visiting school sponsored food trucks for weekday breakfast and lunch. Books, creative materials, and basic supplies are unlikely to be available at their homes.
These neon pipe cleaners, beads, and Model Magic will combine with black light flashlights for an at-home building kit for each of my first grade students. With limited creative resources at home, each student will have resources to observe and draw architectural marvels from around the world during live drawing sessions, then continue to practice with their at building home supplies.
Students will be able to travel the world with these architecture building supplies, exploring architecture while playing with the magic of phosphorescent glow.
Giving students hope through these architecture building kids will help expand their small world during our quarantine. Students will be able to make connections to places they may have been, places they may have family living now, and places they want to see, thus instilling hope, inspiration, and drive to work hard.
Optimal Shop 10 Pack UV Ultra Violet Blacklight 9 LED Flashlight Torch Light Outdoors Etc
• Amazon Business
Crayola Model Magic, Neon Colors (Pink, Green, Yellow) 6 Count 0.5 oz Packs No-Mess, Soft, Squishy, Lightweight Modeling Material for Kids 4 & Up, Easy to Paint and Decorate, Air Dries Smooth, 4 Pack
• Amazon Business
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