My Kindergarten classroom is a vibrant, hands-on learning environment where students can explore and become life-long learners. This is their very first year of school, and I love to set their expectations high. I have 25 wonderful, fun, loving students, who are learning two languages: English and Spanish. They come to school ready to learn each day. They are quick to ask questions, participate, and jump into exploring and discovering new things. They will learn to discover, explore with confidence, and develop a lifetime love of learning.
Help me give my students guided reading books for our classroom, and literacy games that will help support my students sight word knowledge to get them to read.
My students are on various reading levels, and these guided reading books will help my students reach new levels!
During guided reading, we focus on specific skills such as reading comprehension, and reading strategies. Our guided reading groups will benefit tremendously from these leveled guided reading books. We do running records and comprehension assessments in order to find each student's independent level and instructional level. These resources will be perfect for helping our students reach new levels. I am looking forward to using these with my students!
I am also requesting a variety of math games that support differentiation and hands-on learning while reinforcing math standards. I often use math games while doing guided math. While I am working with a small group on a particular concept, other students are doing math centers. Differentiated math games helps me support students those who are ready for harder concepts.
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