My kindergarten students are amazing! They are so energetic, smart, and there is never a dull moment in my classroom! A lot of my students enter Kindergarten with little or no academic knowledge. They impress me every day because they try their best and are so eager to learn. They start off learning the alphabet and writing their name, and by the end of the year they are reading books and writing stories! I teach in a Title I school where the majority of students receive free or reduced price lunch and breakfast. Some students also receive snack packs for the weekend to make sure they are fed. Although some of my students face difficulties in their life, they are always eager to learn! I give it my all to be the best teacher to my students because they deserve that!
Hands-on activities are going to make a big impact on my Kindergarteners this school year. When my students are using these activities hands-on, they won't even realize they are learning because they will be having fun! The phonics activities will help my students learn their letters, sounds, and word building, which will help them learn to read. The math centers are going to help my students to be able to recognize numbers and help with counting.
These activities will help my students learn skills that are crucial for Kindergarten!
While my students are learning using these activities, I will be working with small groups of students that are struggling with certain skills. These activities and games will help my students stay engaged while I am helping those that are struggling.
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