Hello my students are low income and most of them need to be exposed to technology IPad will help for the success of my students and their future. We would like to have STEAM materials that the kids can interact and learn like magnetic tiles.
My students will benefit from hands on materials, different art materials because they have limited access to these materials at home this will allow them to express themselves through art, and their artistic abilities.
My students love to use art material along with different way to learn like music, also black boards to use with chalk Lakeshore materials ike experiment kits ( tubes), magnetic building block or tiles.
. My students are low income and they need to be exposed to materials that are engaging and fun to use in class. I would love for them to be able to use STEAM materials to use their imagination and to create. I also would love for my students to be able to use more technology in class since we do not have enough.
By helping with this project my students will be able work on problem solving skills, communicate with each other and use their imagination to explore!
This will help build a sense of community. These hands on materials are important and helpful when it comes to their development. My students will benefit using materials like magnetic tiles or letters so they can be creative. All of these materials will be used in a variety of settings. These materials will be a great asset to Math lessons and all subject areas. Help my students to feel excited every day they come to school. Their learning will be unforgettable in their lives.
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