We are a busy curious group of 3-4 year olds who love to explore the classroom and school environment. We are known to be noisy and messy at times, and everyone can hear us coming down the hall. We all have communication needs, but are quite adept at letting others know what we want.
My students are eager to make their mark and become more independent in their learning.
The word "No" is considered a challenge in our classroom. We strive to build our confidence and independence as we learn about everything around us. We are constantly on the move and ready to go!
Three year olds are VERY opinionated about being independent! We work hard to teach skills for everyone to learn self help skills and to be independent in taking care of themselves to the best of their ability. We work on toileting skills such as pushing our pants up and down, sitting on the toilet and washing our hands after. We also work on using utensils to feed ourselves and using a straw to drink out of the milk cartons (without turning them over).
By donating to this project, my students will have access to tools to assist them in safely and comfortably accessing all areas of the classroom.
Students can become more independent and confident in their self help skills with the proper tools to support their learning.
Children Potty Training Seat with Ladder - CrazyLynX Adjustable Baby Toilet Trainer Seat with Step Stool Ladder and Soft Toilet Seat, Sturdy & Non-Slip, for Todderls Baby Children (Purple & Blue)
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Kids Best Friend Boys Blue Step Stool, Take It Along in Bedroom, Kitchen, Bathroom and Living Room. Great For potty Training!
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