Help me give my students OSMO Kits for engaged learning in small group centers!
This project expired on February 23, 2019.
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I have 25 first graders who enter the classroom daily with a positive attitude and who are ready to learn. I have a very diverse group of students who embrace each other's differences. Over 63% of our school population are on free/reduced lunch, so any extra support or resources we receive is much appreciated. The students I have this year are resilient, kind, and love to explore! They get restless if they have to do seat work; it is through hands-on learning where they truly thrive. Being able to hold things, examine, and create, are some of the ways we learn in our classroom. We emphasize collaboration, teamwork, and helping each other out.
The OSMO kits will help serve my students in many subject areas, including math, art, coding, and language arts. Students are able to be in control of their own learning by finding ways to problem solve. When they do get stuck or require additional support, the various programs on OSMO will give them hints on how to solve the problem. Number sense and word work are explored daily in our classroom. By using OSMO numbers and OSMO words, my students will be able to stay actively engaged during small group work.
OSMO coding will be a powerful tool to use because it will allow my students to be introduced to coding and hopefully inspire them to continue to code as they get older.
I also have many artists in my room and by using OSMO masterpiece, they would be able to their artistic capabilities.
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