My classroom is nestled in a rural area that contains many diverse ways of life. There are many children who do not have access to technology at home.
It is full of kiddos striving to learn, fit in, make a difference, and show empathy on a daily basis.
With each new year, these kiddos never cease to amaze me... they are so very eager to learn as much as possible.
Empathy is a way of life in our classroom, and my prayer is that it is something they will continue to practice once out in the world and on their own. They have worked extremely hard to consider the feelings of others, and to be kind to all.
I would love to be able to access resources to help them succeed. Teachers Pay Teachers has an extraordinary amount of differentiated resources so that students on all levels can achieve success. These resources can be used online, as well as printed out since most of the students do not have electronic devices or internet at home.
In 4th grade, there are so many new skills to learn!
Students need a variety of resources in order to give everyone the best chance to succeed.
By being able to pull resources from Teachers Pay Teachers, I can give each student the differentiated instruction needed in order to give them the opportunity to grow.
Teachers Pay Teachers also has an enormous selection of exciting and fun ways of learning new things. It is always good for students to be able to engage in learning other than in a textbook.
There are online options available, but in our community, many students do not have internet access/computers at home in order to do any work. Therefore, printable resources are a must for them!
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