Students at my school come together from many different backgrounds and abilities to create a beautiful community that we call home. We have both self-contained Montessori classes and self-contained gifted classrooms, as well as our mainstream classrooms, so we are able to meet a large variety of learning styles and student needs.
My students are curious about how the world works, and I try to foster that curiosity with a project-based curriculum and hands-on learning experiences.
Our school is a place where we can come together and build while exploring concepts in science, the arts, engineering, and more.
When we started the Makerspace program last year, everything that we used was kept in a rolling cart in the library. This year, we have an entire room to work and create in. Luckily, we have ample room for storage space. We have been using boxes and baskets for our items, but having some sturdy utility bins to store our recycled parts and pieces will make a huge difference in the amount of time we spend doing vs. cleaning and organizing.
My students love having the ability to create with recycled materials, and these bins will help make our space a bright, safe, clean, and organized room where students want to work in.
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