Help me give my students materials and resources to make learning fun and engaging!
This project expired on May 31, 2019.
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My students are in kindergarten and are vibrant and full of life! My classroom is bilingual and with that comes a variety of cultures and new opportunities. They come from a low-economic area in Ohio. Even though there can be many challenges, my students are eager to come to school and learn in a safe environment.
My goal is to help my students grow their passion for learning.
I want them to feel confident in themselves and to persevere. Life skills are just as important to me as academics, and that is what I want to instill in my students.
A teacher should be creative and able to design different activities for learning. In my classroom, I create many of the activities using my own resources. My students are at different academic abilities and therefore I need to think outside of the box to keep them engaged. The magnetic letter matching game is for my students who are still identifying letters, and the fill in the blank stamps are for my students who are advancing to segmenting and blending sounds.
The materials I chose for this project will help each and every student in my classroom.
The reusable pockets and laminating sheets will allow me to make and create materials for activities that meet my students' learning needs. The dry erase markers with attached erasers will allow students to write on the activities I make. Who said learning shouldn't be fun and engaging? I know these materials will help out tremendously and cause excitement for learning in my classroom!
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