My students are Special Education Kindergarten students who attend a suburban Title I school. These students have a wide variety of physical and/or cognitive disabilities. Despite all of these challenges, they still come to school with smiles on their faces, full of questions, and ready to learn. Each day they inspire me and everyone they come in contact with to be the best they can be!
I am lucky each and every day to be their teacher and hope to inspire them with new activities and experiences so they can be the best they can be.
These students love to inquire, learn from their friends, and learn in the most comfortable environment for them. In order for all students to be successful: we vary learning strategies, incorporate group work, complete different hands-on projects and make sure ALL of their needs are met. They are an incredible group and each year I consider myself to be so lucky to have the opportunity to watch them grow over the year.
Currently, our carpet is very worn and used by many many students from prior years! It is due for an update. My students do not like to sit on just the carpet because it looks dirty. Providing students with a new one will give them the comfort they need for Morning Meeting, Center Time, and Group Work!
This Up, Up and Away Carpet will provide students with a bright new carpet to make our room more colorful, provide them with a clear spot for them to sit, and allow for more motion activities away from their desks.
My students love to move around and be active learners, so this carpet is an ideal addition to our classroom!
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