My students are energetic and love learning! They enjoy movement and hands-on activities in our special education classroom. The kids love helping others and always want to do their best.
Our elementary school is a rural Title I school with students from a variety of backgrounds and many coming from low-income households.
My students would greatly benefit from your support!
School is a safe place for my students, and I love providing them with a secure and happy classroom. When provided with the tools and help needed, my students can develop the skills to have a successful and happy life!
Many of my students benefit from multi-sensory experiences to help them learn to read and write. When provided with multiple ways to use their senses in learning experiences, my students have a better understanding of the material. Success, even when small, is important with my students with special needs.
I would like the opportunity to offer multi-sensory activities for reading and writing to help my students meet their goals.
My students need multiple exposures to content in order to be successful. The textured dots and arrows on the sentence reading cards, along with the matching picture cards, give students the multi-sensory support that is critical for struggling readers. The reading cards will help students who also have a speech impairment that affects reading progress.
Many of my students have trouble coming up with writing topics and rich vocabulary to compose sentences. The word banks and picture support of the nonfiction sequencing tiles will help them reach their writing goals.
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