Help me give my students organization with the help of these seat pockets and supply caddies. Students will be able to feel good about keeping all of the necessary supplies right at their finger tips.
This project expired on September 28, 2019.
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This elementary school is an extraordinary school because of its diversity. Each student brings something unique to the classroom. At this school, there are 21 languages spoken and 38% of the students are English Language Learners. The school is a Title I school located in Portland, Oregon. The demographics of the school are 45% Black/African American, 25% Hispanic Latino, 15% Multi Racial, and 15% White. The diversity of the school creates an environment where students are being prepared to be successful in our diverse world.
Seat pockets will make a world of difference for my students. Students will feel organized because everything they need is right at their finger tips. Journals, handwriting books, alphabet journals, and pencil pouches will belong behind their chairs. Students will feel great about how easy this will make classroom activities.
Caddies are also a great way to get organized.
The different colors will make it easier to see where my sweet little kiddos sit. Each caddy will hold things like scissors, markers, glue, and various other things needed throughout the year. All of my students will feel successful!
The book bins are needed for additional book boxes. My kiddos LOVE to read. Reading is a major focus for my class. I want my students to love reading as much as I do. With these book bins they will have a collection of books they chose to read from.
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