Each day in 3rd grade brings something new here in our small, rural community in southwest Wisconsin. Third graders are full of excitement to learn and explore the world around them. They love to share their interests with us which range from art to farming, and sports to cooking. They are an incredible group of kids who are excited to learn and share their knowledge.
At our school, 40% of students come from economically disadvantaged households, but this doesn’t stop them from pursuing their dreams.
When our kids grow up they want to be anything from teachers, to engineers, authors, and artists. Each of these endeavors is within their grasp. In our classrooms, they are already getting ready for their future jobs by helping others when they have a question, coding robots, finding the area and perimeter of shapes, and creating their own art and writing masterpieces. When it’s time for their “grown-up” jobs they will do wonders.
Our third-grade students struggle to keep our current Chromebook charging stations organized. We are very fortunate to have a Chromebook for every third grader to use and we want to keep them in great condition for many years. Our students use their Chromebooks throughout the day for math and reading.
These new charging stations will help keep the Chromebooks organized.
This will not only help our rooms look nice, but it will also make it much easier for students to take out and put away their Chromebook each day. This will save on time during our busy days, and it will prevent wear and tear on the Chromebooks.
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