Help me give my students LEGOs to encourage group work and also to tie into our social skills curriculum where we talk about feelings and actions. These LEGO sets are tied to peoples from different communities.
We are a specialty charter school that aims to help all children, but with a super special focus with children who are on the spectrum. Our students come from all over the Wasatch Front as we offer what no other school does. Our students come from very diverse backgrounds and from all different economic walks of life. Our school specifically teachers the students that are in kindergarten and we go all the way to third grade. Our students are motivated and are loved at our small school to learn and to do their very best.
We have already created a LEGO crafts room. These new supplies will help us to learn about different communities, and about our emotions. The educational Legos are sets used for younger kids that are directly tied to the social skills curriculum.
We already have many loose LEGOs, but we want kids to have opportunities to build.
Using the building mats, they will be able to create and we will tie in areas of perimeter and area tied to the third grade curriculum. Our students struggle with sharing at times, having new LEGOs in our classroom will allow them opportunities to practice sharing and working in group work.
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