My students need a magnetic dry erase board on wheels.
This project expired on May 18, 2018.
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Third Grade is a year of amazing growth for students. Students work diligently on learning their multiplication facts, writing detailed stories, and working on reading skills. All of this could not be possible without the support of community members and parents.
My class of 21 students is filled with many different personalities and backgrounds.
I have students of different cultures, as well as different beliefs. Our school is made up of almost 400 students (25% which are free/reduced) who try to embody our 3 major school rules of being respectful, responsible, and safe. Every day, teachers encourage students to dream, believe, think, and achieve.
In our classroom, I am constantly modeling writing, math and reading responses on the dry erase board. During our day, our board is utilized for every subject which can be tricky to manage when students need to refer back to information.
Our class would like to get a mobile, magnetic dry erase board for another work space in our classroom.
By having this mobile cart, I would be able to utilize it during our small group lessons. This way I would be able to leave our class examples on the board instead of erasing each time. By having a magnetic board, I would also be able to hang examples and practice math with magnetic manipulatives in a mobile setting. This would be especially helpful when small groups are working in the hallway or in the library. Students could simply wheel the cart out to take their learning with them.
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