I teach at a Title I school and we have the most amazing students! Even with the challenges that they face, our students come to school excited and eager to learn. This year I am teaching a kindergarten inclusion class with 18 amazing students. Teaching an inclusion class is challenging yet SO rewarding. It also teaches the children that people are different but everyone should be included!
Every year it amazes me how kind, loving and accepting children can be to their peers with exceptionalities.
It makes me proud to see how helpful and compassionate they become when faced with the challenge.
I am so impressed with my group of kindergartners and their of love school!
The chart paper will be used to make anchor charts. My students love referring to them! It helps them to remember things that they have learned in class. We make them together and have them posted around the classroom. They help to decorate the classroom with useful and helpful information for the students to use.
Hands-on activities are everything!
My students are in need of ABC magnets to help them sound out and spell words when they are working in stations.
These items will help my students to be more successful with their reading, writing and math skills! Your help is appreciated by all!
LC926 - Classroom Magnetic Letters Kit
• Lakeshore Learning Materials
Scotch Thermal Laminating Pouches, 8.9 x 11.4-Inches, 3 mil Thick, 200-Pack, Clear (TP3854-200) & l Laminator, 2 Roller System for a Professional Finish, Laminate up to 9%22 Wide (TL901)
• Amazon Business
Post-it, Self-Stick Wall Pad, 20" x 23", Unruled, Plain White, Pack of 2 (566)
• Staples Advantage
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