I am a self-contained classroom special education teacher in a Title I school in New York City. Free breakfast and lunch are provided for students at our school.
My students are very sweet, eager, energetic, and curious 3rd grade students.
They are visual, auditory, and tactile learners. They are also shy, jittery, impulsive, and need to constantly be touching and looking at things. Their reading level range from Kindergarten to 2nd-grade level. I firmly believe that with the proper resources, they will succeed and accomplish anything they set their minds to.
Scholastic News gets readers excited to read and learn with short, on-level nonfiction and remarkable real-world photos. Time for Kids helps build informational-reading skills, helping students to better understand our complex world and become informed and active citizens. With each issue, my students will learn all about a new seasonal science or social studies theme that's relevant to our curriculum. The best part about it is both subscriptions include online resources like digital issues, learning videos, and Text-to-Speech audio to help us lead instruction on an interactive whiteboard, classroom computers, or tablets. This is very beneficial for my struggling readers.
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