Excited, eager, and curious is a great way to describe my class this year. They want to be at school, and while it can be challenging, they try to do their best.
Most of all our students are living in poverty and attend a Title I school where 100% of our students receive free breakfast and lunch.
In addition, many of our students receive backpack food on the weekend. With the many hardships that these students face daily, they continue to work hard in achieving their social, emotional, and academic goals.
While there are many resources available to my second graders who are on or below grade level, there is a lack of resources for those who need a challenge. These magic tree house books will give students who are above grade level a chance to challenge themselves but while still having fun reading. Magic tree house books are age appropriate and just a great way to fall in love with reading because of all the fun adventures Jack and Annie go on. These books will not only support the many above grade level students I currently have but for all those that come in the future.
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