I have worked at my current school since 2016 and I love the community of kids that attend here. It is a title 1, low-income district with a big heart. We are so culturally diverse and yet we are all family here. It is such a welcoming community that it doesn't matter where you've been or how hard life has been to you, you're always welcome with open arms of compassion at our school. Our kids have all been through hardships that no child should ever have to deal with, live without or persevere through. Many of the teachers, including myself, have bought shoes, clothing, coats, as well as paid for lunches and various day to day items that most people take for granted. We don't get paid the amount that most districts do and what we do get paid we give a lot back to our students and community. Please help me light up a child's face and spirit who is so used to living without and disappointment. Their gratitude is priceless. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this.
There are certain things every student must know by the end of a grade level. So why not make it fun by creating a jeopardy game for vocabulary and sight words. The pocket chart will hold the flashcards, the magnetic hooks will hold up the pocket chart and the buzzers are just the topping on the cake of fun in this activity! Students will have a blast while learning an important component in reading, sight words. This activity will also encourage students to study their sight words so that they will be ready for the next round in Sight Word Jeopardy! The vocabulary cards are a nice addition to help english language learners strengthen their vocabulary skills.
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