My students are 3 through 5-year-olds who come from a low socioeconomic background. These students have had very little exposure to correct social behavior and have developmental delays. Many students have limited skills in the areas of speech, language, social/emotional, play skills, adaptive, hygiene, motor (fine and gross) and cognitive.
Despite facing many different challenges, my students greet each day with joy and excitement as they eagerly engage with learning and exploring new things.
This classroom is a newer classroom and we are beginning to gather new items to help my students grow and explore exciting new opportunities. These resources would help my students develop the skills they need to be successful.
Our preschool class works daily on helping our students learn to explore their environment. Children at this young age are so quick to soak in new information, and it is vitally important to expose them to new and interesting experiences. My students are all very interested in animals and the weather. They love to look at books and magazines about animals. They also love to be the meteorologist for the classroom so they can share the information they have observed.
With these new materials, my students would be able to explore a whole new world of scientific concepts.
They best way for my students to learn new experiences is by being exposed to new hands-on materials. My students love to learn new things about the world around them, but we only have a few scientific centers for them to enjoy. These new centers would greatly enhance my students love for learning new concepts.
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