My students need lots of differentiation, so we use task boxes and file folder games. Making all these task items requires cardstock, lamination and velcro, velcro, velcro.
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My students are special thinkers who come to school each day eager to learn and explore. All of the students at our school qualify for state funded breakfast and lunch. Most of my students are English Language Learners and they are emerging as bilingual.
My students work hard every day to learn reading, math, and social skills.
They are full of energy and excitement and our classroom is welcoming, fun environment. We work with each student individually so they can reach their full potential.
We want to create task boxes so we need binders, cardstock, lamination and velcro, velcro, velcro. We will use binders to individualize goal tracking for each student. Creating resources to meet each student's needs allows our staff to differentiate for each child.
Cardstock and lamination strengthens the tools used daily by our students.
Creating resources using lamination and hook and loop tape allows the resources to be used over and over by multiple students or the same student, if needed.
Our classroom uses cardstock, lamination and velcro everyday, they are staples in our environment. Many of my students have difficulty with attention and having short tasks, such as in a task box, allows them to remain interested, but still complete the task. We can also have each student complete several task boxes, repeating the same skill, but with a different resource, to reinforce the lesson being taught.
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