Help me give my students their own little organized space in our busy classroom!
This project expired on December 19, 2019.
Hooray! This project is fully funded
My kindergarten students are brimming with all sorts of personalities that are quickly learning to mesh together. All of my kiddos come in each morning thrilled to learn and grow! There are various developmental and academic levels in my class and many surprising talents that emerge daily!
As we progress through our days, my students’ enthusiasm fuels my desire to find creative ways for them to learn and have enriching experiences in the classroom.
Kindergarten offers the unique experience of helping vibrant, bouncing little ones make discoveries and transition smoothly to the next level of their school career! Whether it’s a hands-on math activity or daily story time, I get daily opportunities to help little people navigate and explore their surroundings and find their own place in the world.
Picture a classroom crawling with kindergarteners...busy, noisy, full of interesting materials. The picture in your mind is probably not far from my classroom! In your typical kindergarten room, many supplies are shared, while certain tools (crayons, pencil, journals/workbooks) are for personal use. These seat sacks will provide my students a private space to store their personal supplies so that they are protected and organized. An added benefit is teaching young ones the importance of personal/corporate organization and pride in maintaining their personal property! My classroom organization and my students’ sense of personal responsibility will benefit from these convenient seat sacks!
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