Attending a Title I school, my students face challenges inside and outside of the classroom. Our fifth grade class is looking to provide materials for this group of wonderful and diverse learners.
Our students have a wide variety of needs, these materials will help us meet the individual needs of each and every student.
We are a project based learning school which allows students to take an active approach to their learning. It is a challenge to provide all the materials the classes need to complete the projects to their best ability.
We have many projects planned for this school year and your donation will be greatly appreciated. Your donation will make a difference in the lives of many deserving children. Thank you in advance.
When our students come to school, we strive to give them everything they need to be successful. Items like paper, pencils and markers are day to day items that our students need to succeed. Paper and pencils are used for everything from art projects, homework, classwork, note taking, notices. The paper we receive from this project will provide us the material to support our students.
We are implementing a variety of approaches to make math learning more engaging, hands-on, and that create deeper understanding of the concepts; using math games is one of those approaches.
We have requested 3 math mystery games for our students to challenge themselves with.
Other items like envelopes are used for parent communication, the money box will help keep our class economy money organized and in good condition! Every item will have very valuable place in our classroom and greatly help our students!
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