My students come from all different backgrounds and even different countries. Though the cultures represented in my classroom are varied, this group of children works and plays together in an inspiring manner. Cooperative work is central to our learning environment, and I have been able to witness the intellectual and social growth it has brought.
I teach at a Title I school where all students receive free breakfast and lunch.
This is also a university town with lots of diversity.
Science is a vital part of education, and my young students are just being introduced to what it means to be a scientist. Science is, by nature, a hands-on field that requires real world skills.
My Kindergarten students will use these hands-on science materials to explore and have fun, while learning what it means to be a scientist.
The science centers will allow our class to explore many different ideas and relationships throughout the year. The magnifying glasses can be used for all manner of scientific observations. The students will also be given the valuable experience of using real tools, and learning the proper way to take care of them.
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