My students need math materials to help them learn the basic skills in math! Jump Math curriculum has shown it can really help kids learn, so my students need Jump Math.
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Imagine you are a student who has great difficulty learning mathematics. Well, in my classroom of 31 children, about half are way below grade level in regard to their mathematical skills.
I have 31 fabulous fourth graders who live in a large urban area in the Midwest.
Many of my students qualify for free and reduced lunches and come from homes where English is the second language. My students want to do well in school and learn. At home, many do not have materials which can help them increase their learning, so all materials need to come from school for them to use. They are hard workers and want to do their best!
About half of my fourth grade class is functioning below grade level in math by more than 1 year. Jump Math curriculum can help me to close the achievement gap with my students. In our Math Block, the whole class learns a concept, and then we have Intervention Time. This time is when I help the children who are below grade level, and where the Jump Math curriculum will really come into play. It will help build the skills and most importantly the confidence of my students!
Your generous donation will allow our classroom to receive a 4th grade Jump Math curriculum.
The Jump Math curriculum will help me to differentiate the lessons, and build the skills and confidence of my students. You can help a 4th grade classroom's students close the achievement gap! That is pretty powerful and awesome!
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