My students need a lot of love, attention, and support from teachers. Our school is located in a low income area, and most of our students do not have the means to obtain the proper school supplies they need to be successful for the school year. Building a warm, safe, and inviting classroom community is so important for mt students.
My students are curious, enthusiastic, and creative, they are ready to immerse themselves in any type of challenge.
They are fearless when it comes to technology, and as children of the 21st century, they need to be prepared to use a variety of tolls to engage their world.
I hope to receive support from DonorsChoose.org in order to help my students get the necessary supplies, create a sense of community, safety, and comfort in my classroom, as well as help my students create lasting memories to help them connect positively to school. I appreciate your support in helping my students to obtain what they need to learn and grow!
My students struggle with reading and writing and lack basic skills that put them well below grade level in all subject areas. The new tabletop writing center will give my students a sense of organization while we incorporate some new writing ideas.
The new folder activities will give the students something new to look forward to during ELA centers.
They will give the students more opportunities to deepen their understanding of skills that were taught in the classroom that day.
The accountable reading starters assist the students in oral conversation about a story or question being asked in the classroom which is a skill that they will need forever!
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