Students in my kindergarten classroom come to school excited about learning. Most of my students come from low-income families, and all the students at my school qualify for free breakfast and lunch. This background can mean that students’ families cannot afford to purchase needed school supplies. Unfortunately, some of the students are experiencing homelessness, which can mean that they lack items to meet their most basic needs.
My students deserve to receive the best education possible so that they are able to succeed in school and in life.
These boys and girls have such awesome attitudes and they try their best every day!
My kindergarten students love to draw and write with markers. They feel grown up and special whenever they are allowed to use markers. My students are also learning about kindness and how to treat others with love and respect. I would like them to engage in an activity where they create notes and drawings of encouragement for other students.
I am requesting thirty sets of markers and twenty-four pencil cases, so my students can create notes of kindness for other students.
We will work on these notes together and students will deliver them to other classrooms, so that they can practice being kind and encouraging. This will help promote an environment of kindness and will allow students a practical way to show kindness to others. The pencil boxes will be used to store the markers, so each child can keep their markers from getting lost.
Thank you for taking the time to read my project idea! My students and I really appreciate it!
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