More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
Learning Math is Always Extraordinary!
My students need math folder games, 22 reusable write & wipe pockets and math reproducible activities to increase their excitement for learning, and to provide them with a basic foundation of math skills.
My first graders come in every morning enthusiastic and full of energy. Every day is different and exciting for them! By the end of the school year I want my students to feel prepared for the next coming school year!
My students are energetic, and they have a passion for learning which is a special trait that I want to keep in my classroom.
The students in my class need materials that will motivate them and to keep them interested in the weekly content. I want to provide them with fun and new activities that will have them saying to themselves, " I can't wait to go back to school tomorrow! What will I learn tomorrow?"
My first graders love centers! Every day they always ask me "Are we going to have centers?" They look forward to fun activities where they can interact with their peers, and to feel confident in completing an activity and being able to show that they understand what has been taught.
My students need math folder games, 22 reusable write & wipe pockets and math reproducible activities to increase their excitement for learning, and to provide them with a basic foundation of math skills. The math centers will help my students to practice the math skill that is being taught, and to have fun doing it. Our class would develop an even bigger love of learning, and would be even more motivated to practice and learn the math content.
My project will not only help to provide my students with the basic math skills to grow, but will also ignite a passion and an excitement for learning these skills!
The math materials are aligned with Common Core, and will also help my students to be prepared for the required state math assessment throughout this school year!
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