"Where did your printer go?" Well, unfortunately, my printer had a jam and couldn't be fixed. I have been without a printer in my classroom for almost 3 weeks! I use my printer for so many things. Students benefit from having reader's theatre, informational texts, and quality pictures with labels. Without a printer, I cannot bring these learning experiences to my students.
I take the students into the outdoor classroom to learn in our garden at least once a month with every class.
I teach Humanities so I get the privilege to teach the whole school! My focus is on science and teaching students about our world in a way that is interesting and meaningful.
My students are so inquisitive and willing to learn, they love learning hands on!
We are a Title I school, and all of our students receive free breakfast and lunch. Most of our students come from low-income families.
These supplies will help my students learn all about the world around them and I hope that you will consider our project! Thank you.
This laser printer would directly improve my students' learning on a daily basis by being able to print in my classroom and create masters for me to copy. A majority of my students are ESL and need images to help them acquire the English language. With this laser printer and extra ink cartridge, I will be able to support the learning of all my students in science and language arts.
I love being able to show my students realia using pictures of real bugs they might not ever come across, like ladybug larva.
Any support I can give my ESL students helps them to understand the world around them. Thank you for reading about our project!
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