HP Netbook For 1st Grade Math And Literacy Centers
My students need an HP netbook computer so they can access the Internet for support in Reading, Math, Writing, Science, and Social Studies instruction.
This project expired on June 22, 2011.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
Do you remember the first time you had access to a computer? It is hard to imagine our lives without one now. My students are active, energetic, and enthusiastic learners who absorb new information like little sponges, and they absolutely love technology.
I teach a wonderful group of First graders in urban Nebraska.
The children come from diverse backgrounds and socioeconomic status. They are a group that loves to learn...Reading, Writing, Math, and so much more. They are the most kind, polite, responsible, hard-working students you will ever meet!
My students would love having their very own netbook computer in our classroom. The HP netbook computer could be used in Reading as a literacy center. There are wonderful websites for both beginning and advanced readers. It could be used to type and publish the students' stories. The students could use it for research and for playing Math games. It would be a wonderful addition to our exciting classroom!
I try very hard to provide my students with technology that connects them to the world beyond our classroom.
Your help will allow my First grade students to enter into an exciting world of technology. Best of all, the HP netbook computer will benefit students in my classroom for years to come! Thank you for making it possible for my students to continue to be motivated, inspired, and engaged through technology.
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