My classroom is filled with creative 9 and 10-year-olds who love to learn. My class size ranges from 21-24 students. We are the only 3rd-5th grade school in our district. In the fourth grade, we have six general education classrooms. Each classroom is made up of a variety of learners each with unique needs.
I hope that through this website my students will be able to have access to what they need to reach their highest individual potential!
Thank you so much for your help!
Last week I received an email from Donor's Choose about doubled donations for every book project. I was having a conversation with my students and shared this information. Some students reminded other classmates that Donor's Choose is how our class got our floor chairs and surf desks. After talking with the class about some titles they feel are missing from our classroom library, I was inspired to submit a project.
I asked students to make a list of the books that they would like to see in our classroom library.
Some requested specific titles while others requested different genres. Graphic novels have been a huge hit and I love the idea of adding to our collection. Another large piece of the project is a class set of the book Fish in a Tree. This is a book that I read aloud to my class each year and each year I wish that the students had a copy in their hands to follow along. This would also allow us to dig even deeper into the story.
Adding these titles to our classroom library would allow a greater range of options not only for my students who love reading but also for those who are a bit more reluctant towards reading. Thank you in advance for supporting the readers here in room 202!
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