My students are a mix of many different ethnicity and backgrounds. Some live in hard conditions. Although, my students are loving, caring, and deserve the best education they can get. They support the school and respect their classroom and classmates.
My students deserve the best, and I want to give them the best.
With the hard lives they live in, I want my classroom to be a second home to them where they feel safe. These students always come in my classroom with bright smiles and enthusiasm.
During inside recess for the past couple of years, I have not had many things for the students to do besides color or play the old games I got from Goodwill. I recently saw this and my first thought was "I need this in my classroom." This will help make inside recess more exciting!
This can lead to a more product after for all my students.
Having this game in my classroom will help my students develop logic and game decision making skills. I will continue to find different ideas to make inside recess more exciting for my students. This is just one of those amazing ideas I discovered recently.
Sunny & Fun Giant 4 In A Row Color Connect – Life Size Four To Score Indoor & Outdoor Floor Game Board Set for Kids & Adults – Jumbo Rings & Quick-Release Slider – for Yard Lawn or Backyard (4ft wide)
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