My kindergarten class is like a 34 pack of crayons. Each student is unique, but each and every student makes us complete. My students care about each other and we always practice being kind friends. We are a small school - one class per grade - located in Baltimore, Maryland.
This class will grow together throughout their years here and their educational foundation starts right now.
This year they will learn letters, numbers, and more as they begin their journey in school!
Imagine being in a class with 34 students and one teacher. Imagine the lack of attention you were able to receive because everyone else needs help. Now imagine that situation with iPads. Even if the teacher was not available to work with you, you would still get to work one-on-one with something fun, something that would keep you invested in your learning during math, literacy, and even free choice time.
I can't wait to hear my students say, "I Can" in regards to their learning with our iPads.
My students need resources to keep them engaged, focused, and dedicated to their learning. Currently, I hear a lot of "I Can'ts" because my students are learning in a classroom that isn't suited for their 21st century needs (no laptops, computers, or tablets!). With the integration of technology in my classroom, my students will see that learning can be fun and that technology is easy to use! iPads will supplement my students' whole group and small group learning in addition to being an amazing reward during free choice time.
Help my students prepare for the 21st century world they were born into by donating to support iPads in our kindergarten class!
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