K-3 Scrambling for Letters, Sight Words and Word Families
My students need letters, sight word activities and word family activities to reinforce their daily learning of letters and words.
Do you remember when you were little and had to learn letters just by using paper and pencil? Or were you fortunate enough that you were exposed to educational activities that made learning more engaging? My students have not yet experienced using letters and words with colorful materials.
My special needs students are amazing to work with because they open their tiny hearts to me so I can nurture and educate them.
The kind of school they attend is a low social-economic/Title 1 School. The school provides education to over 900 students. At this school most children are on free or reduced lunch. Many of my students struggle with academics; however they work hard and try their best. They deserve the best education possible. Please help me help my students.
This is my first year teaching special needs students. My school budget only covers school supplies for my students. My students will be able to practice their letter skills daily by having these materials that I am requesting. It will encourage more independent skill practice. They will look forward to practicing their skills in making letters. The other activities are sight words and word families. It's very important to practice learning sight words and word families daily because they will run across these words in books. I strongly believe that the students will be more determined to learn the skills necessary to be successful at school. Please help me help my students.
The materials needed will increase letter recognition, writing skills and reading skills.
By having these materials it will give the students daily repetition on skills needed in school. The students will enjoy learning with these materials and strive to learn them quickly. Once learned it will be rewarding to see the students read and create words with letters.
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