My students need five help-yourself supply centers for our classroom.
This project expired on May 15, 2014.
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Do you remember having a desk to put all your books and supplies in? Well, my students do not have desks and we only have tables. Help us keep our supplies organized and ready to use quickly.
I currently teach second grade.
My students range in age from seven to eight years old. Our school is located in Nevada in a high-need community. Our school is a Magnet Elementary School. The students at our school love to show their creative side, but to save valuable time, they need to have some help with organization. This Help-Yourself Supply Center will give my students more time to do what they love best - learn.
The resources I have requested are to help my second grade students in reading, writing, technology, and science. I have requested a Help-Yourself Supply Center for each table. This will help my students keep their books and supplies right in front of them. This will cut the time they have to walk to the other side of the room to get books and supplies in half. Then they have more time for their projects and will have what they need at their fingertips.
By supporting our classroom, you will make it possible for the students to focus on learning rather than searching for materials.
They will no longer have to walk to various locations in the classroom to get books and supplies for their assignments. Above all, I want my students to embrace learning and not worry about materials. I would love for you to be part of our love of learning by helping fund this request.
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