My 4th grade students have an eagerness to learn. They want to do well, because for some of them education is the only way to change their future. I teach in a Title 1 school in southern West Virginia where a large percentage of our students qualify for free and reduced-price lunch.
My students come to school every day excited and ready to learn.
They strive to be leaders regardless of the circumstances that may be happening in their lives outside of school. I want my students to know they can reach the stars. They can rise above their circumstances and be anything they want to be. I want my students to know that they are worth being given opportunities that otherwise may not come to them.
I am asking for subscriptions SuperScience magazines for my students. These magazines will help open the world of science to my students. There is a growing focus in our society today on science, engineering and technology. Through these magazines my students will hopefully be motivated to learn more about these areas and think like scientists.
I want my students to be able to have a deeper understanding of science concepts through the articles, skills, and experiments that are included in each magazine, each month.
The online component of the subscription includes interactive games and videos that allow students to experience science around the world without ever leaving our classroom. It makes my heart soar thinking of the possibility that just one student will be sparked to pursue a career in one of the science fields all because they used the SuperScience magazine in my classroom.
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