My students need 4 Hokki Stools for our small group reading area.
This project expired on December 31, 2015.
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"By too much sitting still, the body becomes unhealthy; and soon the mind." Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
We are moving and we are learning!
I like to call it actively engaged in learning! My kids are excited and eager to learn and explore! I want to provide them with a world of discovery in an environment that is comfortable, engaging, and inspiring. I teach all subjects in a third grade classroom.
Our school has a large percentage of students in need and a 51% population on free or reduced lunch. Our school is close, but not close enough, to receiving federal funding. My school's ratings are excellent in our state for academic progress.
I love my school and I love my precious students. They are the best and I want nothing but the best for each of them.
We have a special hangout table in my room where I meet with students in small groups to work on their reading. When we meet, it's hard for us to fit at the table together because our chairs are bulky. I started looking for options! When I saw these stools, I knew that I would have to have some for my classroom! My students love to read, but they also love to move! The Hokki stool looks like the perfect sitting place for students who just need to move a little. I am requesting 4 stools for our small group reading area.
Help me to help my students achieve their best by partnering with me to get them these hands-on learning tools.
You will help this class and many students to come. Thanks in advance for your generous support!
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