My students consist of 4 and 5 year olds getting ready to enter Kindergarten. About half of my students are on the autism spectrum. They are an amazing bunch of kids. Each one brings his own skills and deficits.
We treasure each individual and what he or she brings to the classroom.
By paying super close attention to each child, we are able to target specific learning goals and see remarkable growth in every child, in all areas of learning.
I have poured my heart and soul into these kids, and my bank account too. It's a little empty now and I could really use your help getting these kids everything they need and deserve to be successful.
My students have a huge range of skills. Some of my little ones really struggle to learn letters and numbers and need help at home. Unfortunately' parents don't always know what to do to help their kiddos even when they really want to.
These materials will be combined to make a whole slew of games kids can do with family or friends at home.
The letter puzzles will be used for a letter hunt competition at home. The letter stickers will be used to create letter matching cards, letter bingo, letter bowling, and letter cup ball hoop. The math cubes will be used as counters for the number games. The wooden letters will be used to sort by line size and shape. They are not for children to keep. They will be used like an in class resource library.
Please help all my little guys start kindergarten prepared and with an awesome attitude. Please help their families feel successful and proud.
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