The students at my school are from a rural, farm community. We have a small school at the edge of our large corporation. Our students are coming from all socioeconomic backgrounds. We are lucky to have great families that work hard and are involved in our school events, but we don't get a lot of extra funding from the state. This is due to our school not qualifying as a Title I school, which are schools who have a higher level of free and reduced-price lunches than we currently have.
My sweet kiddos are hard workers, but have lots of extra energy and thrive during hands-on activities.
We move around our classroom a lot at different times of the day to help with this. I also have tried to incorporate a flexible seating environment to keep their little bodies wiggling while engaged in learning while at our seats. We have had a lot of success when we use hands-on manipulatives and activities!
My Kindergarten students need new letter and word center activities for Literacy Center time. These letter games, high frequency word practice, and sentence building activities our wonderful hands-on activities for all my students at their various learning levels. My students will be able to build from their individual level with an appropriate learning activity.
My sweet kiddos need new literacy activities to keep them engaged and learning at our Literacy Centers!
These new games and activities will be a fantastic addition to promote leaning while having fun. I am in hopes that my kiddos will be having so much fun that they won't even realize they are learning too!
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