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Help Kinders Preserve their Work and Learning Materials
My students need a laminator to preserve their work and learning materials.
Help! We have sticky fingers. Our work and materials deteriorate over time!
Our public school is a community elementary school in Brooklyn.
Our classroom is a vibrant and lively group of 5 year olds. They love hands-on learning and getting in the mix. Hands-on learning is important for student discoveries but it can be a hazard to materials!
We are requesting a laminator for our class to preserve the teacher-created learning materials and anchor charts as well as student work around the class. Most schools have a laminator in the office for the teacher's use for this very purpose, but unfortunately we don't have one.
With a new laminator we can spend less time recreating learning materials that have the sticky finger syndrome and more time showing off our students' learning and helping them grow.
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