Students in my kindergarten classroom come to school excited about learning. Most of my students come from low-income families, and all the students at my school receive free breakfast and lunch. This background can mean that students’ families cannot afford to purchase needed school supplies. Unfortunately, some of the students are experiencing homelessness which can mean that they lack items to meet their most basic needs.
My students deserve to receive the best education possible so that they are able to succeed in school and in life.
These boys and girls have such awesome attitudes, and they try their best every day!
My kindergarten students are four to six year old children. They each come to school with a wide variety of backgrounds and knowledge. This means each awesome child has something different to contribute to our classroom. However, this wide range of experiences and knowledge means that a wide range of academic levels are shown by these children.
Having engaging activities to use with my students means that they can receive the additional support or enrichment that they need in order learn at their academic level.
These awesome Osmo kits connect to our school iPads and turn them into interactive learning stations. Students who need additional support will use the Osmo Little Genius Starter kit to work on basic skills, such as letters and phonics. Students who need enrichment will use the Osmo Genius Starter kit to work on more difficult skills, such as addition and STEM skills. I will allow students to take turns using these awesome pieces of technology while the other students are working on other activities.
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