More than half of students from low‑income households
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It's Center Time
My students need learning games and center activities to help engage them in learning.
My students are building skills in reading and math. In order to engage their interest and attention I am looking for more center based learning to incorporate into my classroom.
My students are an active bunch of second graders that love to explore the world around them.
They are mostly low income students who need to be inspired and engaged in order to get the most out of learning. They love to work together to solve problems.
These centers will allow them to explore the concepts we are learning in class at their own pace and in their own time. This is an important way to help make learning meaningful to students. By using these centers, the concepts become more personal and students learn how different skills are connected.
These centers will be used for my current classroom and for future classrooms.
Students will be able to be engaged in real learning that interests them at their level. This will help prevent frustration for students who struggle and boredom for students who excel. It is a win-win situation for all my students.
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