More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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Learning Logic and Sequence Through Legos!
My students need a chance to learn sequencing by following directions in a fun way! I am requesting a basic town Lego kit, a Lego farm set, and a Duplo rescue kit.
Most of my students have few toys and books at home and virtually none have Legos. Legos are such a great hands on activity, teaching a child how to plan, to build, to follow directions, to adapt and to sequence. Finally, the child can take pride in what he or she created.
My students are lower socioeconomic status students, with almost all qualifying for free or reduced-priced lunch.
The majority are African-American and two are Hispanic. They are so excited about learning! They love school and they have been trying so hard every day. I need to add some "fun" activities to the classroom that will teach my students fundamental skills and that will give them hands on opportunities. Many of my students are kinesthetic learners and need a chance to learn through their hands. Legos provide this and by learning to follow the directions, students will learn the importance of sequencing and get to create something fun.
My students will so enjoy learning to build with Legos! It will give them a fun activity that will provide a great learning experience. My classroom just does not have enough fun activities for the kids and I am really looking to add a variety of resources. I am requesting a basic town Lego kit, a Lego farm set, and a Duplo rescue kit.
Bringing Legos into the classroom will allow my students to have a great hands on resource to learn the fundamental skills of following directions, sequencing and building.
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