I teach at a Title I school in a small town of North Carolina where many students lack access to learning materials at home. I teach Language Arts and Social Studies to an enthusiastic group of inquisitive, creative students.
Students at this age are new to letter grades and End of year testing and easily lose their zeal for learning and growing academically.
I like to provide opportunities for my students to enjoy academic content and school with a variety of activities. My students love to learn and come to school, and I don't want the added stress of testing to discourage them from becoming life long learners.
I teach a group of enthusiastic third graders who are eager to share and learn from each other. My students enjoy working together and sharing their ideas. These classroom supplies will allow us to stay organized and give my students exciting materials to collaborate and share with their classmates.
My students love opportunities to work together to review, brainstorm, and create.
We need consumable materials to make collaboration exciting and easy to share and display for others to see. Please help me provide a variety of classroom supplies for my students to allow them to work and concentrate in both collaborative and individual situations.
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