My school is filled with a wonderful group of students who are creative and full of energy. They want to become better readers and fluent in all math skills. They make gains, whether big or small, every day.
However, they need the resources to get there.
I am an elementary special education teacher at a Title I school with a 68% Hispanic population.
My school is an elementary school located in North Charleston, South Carolina. Some students come from broken homes, families that only speak Spanish, have an economic disadvantage, and 100% of the students receive free or reduced-price lunch. Our students have not had opportunities or not have been exposed to everyday things. That is why I feel my project, Hands on Learning, will provide ALL students with the tools they need to be successful.
My students love hands on learning. They enjoy playing games, working on task cards, and participating in centers. My students work well together and learn from each other.
Playing games will always provide a great learning opportunity!
My students will practice different math skills with the new Even Steven game. We will use the interactive phonics journals to review several reading skills. The laminating sheets will be used for protecting posters, student's work, and making projects. The markers are needed for lessons, centers and group work. These supplies would be great for our classroom. We would appreciate your donation and support.
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