Help me give my students ink and resources they need to be successful, please!
This project expired on April 1, 2020.
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I teach students with special needs in a multiple disability classroom. My students live in a very high-poverty area and come from diverse backgrounds. My students are intellectually disabled, autistic, or other health impaired.
They come to school eager to collaborate with friends and learn new skills.
Our self-contained classroom lacks many resources that we feel would benefit the students. They love items that are both educational and fun. They require these necessary tools to be successful in and out of the classroom.
I work with students with special needs in a self-contained classroom. My students are of varying abilities. They enjoy seeing their award certificates proudly displayed on the walls and so the ink for our printer would be greatly appreciated!
My awesome students could use some new materials for their classroom.
We have really worn out our puzzles. The students love to see an accomplished piece of work but their puzzles have seen better days! They have asked me to purchase new puzzles for them to work with. The ABC puzzle we have asked for will help with alphabet automaticity and the others will be a wonderful addition to their reading and science centers. They love working with the large, floor puzzles where all of their friends can get down on the floor and hone those social skills. The puzzles with a rack will help them stay organized. They truly enjoy the collaboration while working in these centers! Thank you for considering our class project!
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