My wonderful students are curious, inquisitive, and ready to tackle fourth grade! We are becoming super problem-solvers and passionate about learning. Each and every one of us is special, and we work day in and day out to foster a supportive, loving community. We challenge each other to become better and constantly grow as super scholars. We encourage each other to discover new strategies, topics, facts, and more! We push each other to be the best that we can be and love to lift each other up.
My goal is to provide my students with a school year they will cherish and one that does not hinder their love for learning but instead instills excitement and positivity in all that is yet to come for them!
It has been a crazy start to my very first year teaching, and there is still so much to learn. I never realized how expensive it is to create an inclusive and student-centered classroom. Despite the challenges this year brings, I hope my classroom feels safe, warm, and welcoming for my incredible students. I want to ensure each and every student feels like they belong and knows that they are seen.
Flexible seating will help my students learn around the room. These options allow students to be comfortable and keep learning. The wobble stools and bounce seats will promote the ability the ability to focus and pay attention. The other options will be fun for the kids to use during Reading Workshop.
Flexible seating will change our classroom and our focus.
In addition to the stools and cushions for flexible seating, I have requested other supplies that will help my students learn and grow. Thank you for all of you generosity!
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