My students are 5th graders from low-income immigrant families. They are English language learners. All of our students qualify for the free meal program. We are a Title I school, as well as a Performance Improvement School. Many of my students are struggling to learn and understand English with no help from their parents. We have a lot of latch key kids that go home every day alone and sit and watch TV. Thus, my goal this school year is to give my students lots of opportunities to explore and create wonderful things with their creative minds.
Your help is needed and you will be helping to provide my students with basic materials that will enhance their learning experience.
I would love to have a class set of clipboards. I believe in utilizing numerous spaces inside and outside of our school to complete our work. Thus, clipboards are an essential classroom tools! It can be used to separate students who are having difficulty working together or they can be used in a positive small group student setting. The clipboards can be used as an intervention for students who have trouble sitting still, so they can walk and work inside our room. The clipboards will be a mobile desk for the eager learners.
With your help, students will have a classroom that creates an atmosphere that inspires students to be eager to come to school and learn.
The pencils are essential for students to do their classwork and homework. Your donation will make a big difference for my English Learners who need that valuable tools to practice what was taught. The requested colorful clipboards and pencils would be an amazing asset to the classroom.
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