I teach English Language Development and Guided Reading at a wonderful Title I elementary school in Northern California. My Title I students are from low socioeconomic backgrounds and most receive free or reduced price lunch. More than fifty percent of our students are English Language Learners. These students are hardworking children who come to school excited about the daily lessons. I would like these children to have every opportunity available that will improve their chances to succeed while understanding our daily lessons.
My students need to have easy access to their work folders, lessons, and supplies. These desktop caddies and book bins will help the children get organized. They spend way to much time looking for material, pencils, crayons and their daily folders, while missing out on the lessons that are taking place.
If the children had the book bins they could keep all their work and lessons in their own bin; and the desk caddy bins will hold all the supplies for each table (rulers, glue, stapler).
Once the children are organized we can eliminate all the time wasted looking for lessons, paperwork, and supplies. Having these bins at their finger tips would teach them to organize their work and supplies. Learning to be organized can be a skill that can last a life time, at home and at work.
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