Providing Supplies for Little Learners During COVID-19 and Beyond
Help me give my students the basic school supplies needed to be successful like pencils, journals, folders, crayons and scissors help them achieve success on activities both during and beyond COVID-19!
My first grade students are excited to learn and grow, both academically and socially! They play the largest role in helping to create an environment where all students belong, working with each other to accomplish their goals, both academic and otherwise.
I am inspired by their ability to be flexible and persevere through the challenges and changes that life tosses their way, and am encouraged to see their love and excitement for learning each day as they enter the classroom.
There are many burdens on everyone during this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. Among all the other things that they're dealing with, students and caregivers should not have to worry about having basic supplies to be successful while learning is taking place from their kitchen tables, bedrooms, backyards and beyond.
By providing these simple supplies, students will be encouraged to engage their creativity to meet a variety of learning goals.
I envision them using the journals to write the best stories, solve math problems and keep track of their science explorations.
Having basic supplies can either be a roadblock or an empowerment to completing various tasks. By donating to this project, you can allow students to focus on what really matters when it comes to school, developing a love for learning rather than be distracted by searching for what they need to complete assignments.
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