More than half of students from low‑income households
$126 for now
$251 still needed
Let's Get Techy!
Help me give my students a laptop so that they can improve their math skills online!
My 25 third graders are energetic and loving eight- and nine-year-old boys and girls. Every day, my students come to school with smiles on their faces. They are eager to learn.
In our superhero classroom, we love to have fun and practice character values such as kindness, compassion, and creativity.
Technology in the classroom amplifies everyday learning! My “Little Heroes” are at an age in which they are still developing the foundations of mathematics and knowledge that will determine what type of readers, learners, and leaders they will be in the future. They have a thirst for knowledge and technology. As their teacher, I give them 110 percent every day and always strive to teach to my best ability. But I need your help!
Students will use the laptop to work on math fact fluency and other essential skills.
With a laptop in the classroom, my students will be able to utilize online programs to improve their math skills in a FUN way!
With this new laptop, students can log in to online programs such as IXL, Reflex Math, and GoMath! to have fun while learning about many different math skills. They can play instructional math games and watch videos that will help them achieve mastery of essential math skills such as multiplication, word problems, and factions. The use of the new laptop in class will help students become excited, motivated, eager to learn more about math.
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