More than a third of students from low‑income households
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Help me give my students a wide variety of resources from Teachers Pay Teachers.
My district is a great one to teach in and the families are very supportive. In Social Studies, we will enjoy Mystery Skypes with other classes around the country and use our Chromebooks to learn. In Math, students use hands-on activities and small group learning to master math standards. For Science, my students will learn using hands-on STEM activities.
We work hard and like to use a variety of resources to learn.
Print resources, hands-on activities, project-based learning, and collaborative learning are ways that my fourth graders learn.
With distance learning happening right now and a real possibility of it continuing for periods of time in the Fall, it is important to provide students with quality online materials. Many materials are available on Teachers Pay Teachers to help.
Various teachers on Teachers Pay Teachers have created Google-Ready materials.
For example, there are Google Slides available for students to easily type in their answers rather than have to load a Chrome extension to write on a PDF file or to have to print out a worksheet and then upload again to Google Classroom.
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