My students are compassionate, curious and energetic 4-5-year-old preschool students who love to learn. They ask lots of questions and enjoy researching to seek answers to their questions. I teach preschool in a diverse inner-city elementary school.
My students are curious and love to explore.
My students love being outside, building with legos and coding with robots and exploring with magnets. They really enjoy learning and they love school. My students are learning a second language which includes either French, Spanish, Japanese or Chinese.
We are in need of Clorox disinfecting wipes, disinfecting spray, baby wipes, one large broom and two small brooms, ziploc bags and dish detergent to help my students stay healthy. Through the use of these products we will be able to cut down on germs which means the children will not get sick as often.
Having a healthy and clean environment will assist my students with not passing germs, therefore they won't get sick and be out of school for days at a time.
My students will be able to increase their student achievement because their room will consistently be fresh and clean.
The disinfecting wipes and spray will be used to cut down on the germs in our Pre-K classroom. My students have lots of manipulatives, puzzles, dolls and toys that they play with daily along with door knobs and light switches that need to be disinfected daily.
The children love to clean and the brooms will allow them to clean up their own messes as well as help the adults to keep the room clean. The baby wipes are also needed when students have accidents or when they have sticky fingers outside or on field trips.
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