More than half of students from low‑income households
$0 still needed
Our iPad Needs a Home
My students need an iPad case, headphones, peg board, math counters, a set of math trays, unifix cubes, and a bookcase.
My class is faced with the daily challenges of being individuals diagnosed with autism. We have our iPad now, but we need to keep it safe while we are using it by getting a heavy duty case for it.
My class of second through fifth graders at an elementary school in Pennsylvania is wonderful.
One student loves dump trucks and art is his favorite subject at school. One loves nature and science is his favorite subject. Another loves Thomas the Train and Angry Birds and math is his best subject. One loves superheroes and shines with reading and spelling. Math is an important subject and using a math app on the ipad along with math manipulatives will increase our learning.
My students are kids and an iPad is fragile. Having a case to keep the iPad safe when it is being used is important. Also the main purpose for the iPad in our classroom is to be reinforcement for working hard and a teaching tool. Headphones will allow the students not on the iPad to continue learning without being distracted. Being able to use the iPad for educational purposes is important too. Having math manipulatives in class to use along with working on math apps on the iPad will increase student learning.
My students are so excited that we have earned an iPad for the classroom, but before we can really use it we need a few accessories to have it meet our needs and keep it safe.
A case and headphones will have our iPad ready to help us learn. We would can really make learning math fun by using manipulatives and our iPad.
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