I teach at a Early Head Start Program for low income children. I have eight students in my classroom, and they all like to explore books and work with their fine motor skill
Students in my classroom have an imaginable thinking skills.
They like to show their emotions when looking and hearing the stories. Letting my students explore makes them feel special, and then they are able to accomplish anything possible.
Having the ability to have books in the classroom to will help them have new ways to succeed being early readers. My students are experimental when it comes to books. They look at one picture and say "oh my spider " and get worked up and begin a story telling for each picture they see in the book.
The materials will help my students to progress using the word readers Level 1, First Word Books, Sort A Shape, Design & Build Water Blocks and Learn the Alphabet Dough Mats. My students will expand their vocabulary not just by reading books, but by also using their fine motor skills. By having manipulative toys, they can practice and explore the use of their fine motor skills.
Exploring new instructional resources will help with their early childhood developmental learning skills.
As well as the alphabets, these resources will also be helpful encouraged to learn the basic learning words in the childhood learning age.
This will encourage my students to motivate them to build learning and exploring a variety of learning areas. Which can help each and everyone of my students to progress in their child developmental stage. This new materials will bring smiles to their faces every morning coming to the classroom.
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