This year, I am responsible for educating a class of highly energetic Title I second grade students. I am blessed to have a group of twenty-seven students who love to read, write and learn in general. These kids come from very diverse backgrounds and deserve the best education I can provide.
Each year, I strive to provide my students with an academically rigorous education that not only is at their level, but helps to push them to the next level.
I have worked extremely hard at providing my classroom with as many learning materials as possible; however, there are a few that we need some assistance obtaining.
These materials will make a huge difference in my classroom in many ways. The higher level reading materials are for my students who are reading at a level O, P and Q to help challenge them to read books at or above their levels.
I like to provide my students with high quality authentic reading time and in order to achieve that we need quality books added to our classroom library.
We plan to use the STEM books to encourage students to participate in STEM lessons. We will introduce the lesson with a book that relates to the STEM activity and let students imaginations run wild.
Finally, in my classroom we are working on promoting kindness in the classroom and we will use these books with lessons and activities to promote kindness in the classroom.
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