We are an at-risk preschool program, housed in a Title One elementary school. Our students are creative, imaginative, and curious. We are always looking for new ways to help us learn math, handwriting and science.
Most of these students are unable to afford the rich preschool environment that they deserve
My classroom is in a Title I school and made up of children with parents who struggle to afford the rich preschool environment that all children deserve.
Most students do not have access to learning materials, or even an adult to read to them outside of our classroom.
We want to build a rich, learning-based environment in which our students are given the ability to explore math, science, and art concepts. This helps foster the
My class is hoping to purchase a kid only tablet for our classroom. This tablet will allow us to download audio books that the children will be able to independently read. This will help our children during rest time make a better choice to sit and listen to an audio book. This device would also be available during choice times as a choice they can make. Many of our children are not read to at home and while teachers try to help by reading to children having books available for them to listen too would only improve their vocabulary. These would also help us explore science concepts by allowing us to watch eagle nests, search for animals and concepts the children are interested in and download appropriate games. Lastly tablets are a great help for handwriting which for most kids is a struggle. Allowing them to practice on a tablet makes it more fun for them and allows them to gain the skills they will need for kindergarten.
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