I teach a group of 18 Transitional Kindergarten students. Currently, my class is engaging in live lessons through video chatting, online instruction, and worksheets with teacher feedback, and daily online activities. I also provide hands-on opportunities several times a week for my students.
Several families have requested to have work mailed to them because they do not have the technological capabilities to complete online work at home.
Many of my families have multiple siblings at home who are also trying to complete online distance learning as well as parents working from and there are not enough devices for my TK kids to complete their work. My students love to learn, but may not have all the necessary supplies to be successful learners at home.
Having postage and ink to print notes to be able to send to my students during distance learning will help us keep in touch.
I have been sending my students postcards and notes to reach out to all my learners even if they do not have access to learn online.
These notes let me students know that even though we may not be in the classroom together, I am still thinking of them and care for them.
Many of my students have sent me pictures of the mail they have received so far and love getting these notes. Staying in touch with my students is important to me and these supplies will allow me to continue sending them notes through our distance learning.
I am also asking for foam dice that I can include in a care package that I am planning on dropping off at each student's house to ensure they have materials that will allow them to continue to learn math at home with the necessary materials.
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