Math and Reading Tools for Our Future World Changers
Help me give my students alphabet manipulatives that will help to improve phonological awareness to will help to build a strong foundation for future readers. Math manipulatitves will also be included to help students to understand numerical values.
My students are from Greenville, North Carolina. Our school is a Title 1, which means we are fully federally funded school, and my students come from low income households. My students love to learn and love to be in centers where they are using their hands to build and put puzzles together. They are very hands on learners, so they learn best while they are physically together putting letters with sounds or numbers with different depictions of that value. They are very creative and I love to see them putting their creativity to use while learning. My students work hard and love to learn.
The students in my class are extremely invested in learning and bettering themselves through their educations. However, because we are at a title one school we don't necessarily have the recourses to help cultivate these scholar's hunger for knowledge. With your donations to our classroom you will be helping to contribute to building a strong mathematic and phonological foundation for my scholars that will help them for the rest of their lives. Along with these manipulatives, are flex seating options that will help my students to be comfortable while reading and doing school work from all over the classroom. This will be key in breaking the monotony of the school day that will help students to love school!
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