More than half of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
Inspire Curiosity, Creativity, and Invention through Flexible Seating!
My students need balance ball chairs, Sphero mini app-controlled robot balls and an activity table.
A typical day in my first grade classroom with my little owls starts out by gathering on our rug with our shared reading lesson for the week. I love to integrate all subject areas each week.
I have 20 little owls in my classroom each day.
My kiddos are always looking for something different and exciting each day they come to school! My little owls love going to literacy and math centers each day. They love it when we study non-fiction units such as pumpkins, caribou, polar bears, and so forth.
Our school is a Title I school in the rural mountains of North Carolina. My students come from very low income families with very limited resources at their homes. We are also a school with a high percentage of children who receive free or reduced-price lunch.
These materials of mini Sphero app-controlled robots combined with an activity table and balance ball chairs would be perfect for my student-centered classroom!
My students are able to choose what they would like to do inside my classroom as well as the freedom to choose what seating option works best for their learning.
I would like to add more hands-on learning materials for them to choose from.
We have been working on STEM projects but need more materials for all of our students. We need these mini Sphero app-controlled robot balls to allow my students to have more choices in their own learning all while being the most comfortable with their flexbile seating choice.
As a teacher it is so important that my kiddos are experiencing and learning everything they possibly can as 21st century learners all while having the choice of choosing their seat! It would be such a thrill for my first graders to have the opportunity in reaching their full potential!
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