Help me give my students Flex-space Mobile storage bin center. By having this my students will be able to have all their materials in individual bins, saving time and frustration for teacher and students.
There are 23 students in my classroom, ages 7-8 years old. Racially, they are all of Hispanic background with 75% are English speaking and 25% are dual language. They love to come to school every day and try very hard to focus on their daily lessons.
When the weekend comes, most of them would prefer to come to school instead of staying at home.
I ask them "why" and they say there is food, a friend to play with and that it is warm in the classroom, and "I love you, teacher!" That makes me more committed to my students. Students are eager to learn and participate in class, ask questions, and are helpful to each other.
Our school is Title One in which the 470 students qualify for free lunch. Our community is made up of low-income families. There is no funding for furniture in the classroom. I chose the Flex-Space Storage Bin Organizer for my classroom. This would replace the four bins of 23 notebooks each for science, math, writing, and grammar and art supplies.
This storage bin would allow my students to have easy access to their individual materials, thus saving time, frustration and safety.
This will create better student organization and more time for both teacher and student in learning. Also, this will allow for more classroom space for students.
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