My students need paint for the numerous art projects they create throughout the school year and Magna-Tiles to add to our classroom's small collection. The kiddos create sight words and other things with them!
My kindergarteners hold such a special place in my heart. Each year, with every class, we end up like a family. Every sweet little kinder I've taught will always hold a special place in my heart!
My students are truly little sponges that soak up every moment of the day.
I love watching their little brains thinking and seeing the "light bulb" come on. My favorite part about teaching these little guys is that they are not afraid of being wrong. They are just completely honest with their thoughts and comments.
Overall, these kiddos help me to remember to be thankful for the little things in life. I know I am responsible for teaching them a lot of material this year, however, I feel like I truly learn from them and they are the ones that help me become a better teacher each and every day!
My students will use the paint when creating the numerous art projects they do throughout the school year. Research shows that painting can help children communicate and express their feeling without the use of words. Hand muscles are used when painting, which allows children to develop both physically and mentally.
My students will use the Magna-Tiles to build and create things such as sight words and sentences.
Manipulating Magna-Tiles can help improve hand-eye coordination and problem solving skills. It is very important for us, as teachers, to teach them how to problem solve on their own! They are going to love both of these items!
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