I teach students in an urban community. Our school population includes ninety percent second language learners. 100% of our students are on the free or reduced lunch program. These students come to my classroom ready to learn every day. The curriculum we provide our students needs to support and encourage their language development, so they can be successful and proud of their progress. I want them to make connections, so they feel responsible for their own learning and excited about their school environment. My goal is to provide engaging lessons where all students can contribute to class discussions and share their problems solving strategies
My students love to read independently in a nice, comfortable spot in our classroom. I am hoping to further their love of reading time by providing them with a large classroom carpet where they can enjoy reading their leveled readers.
The donations to this project will help create a colorful space in our classroom that will build my students' enthusiasm to learn and work with each other.
Having a classroom rug will make our reading time more comfortable and inviting for students. I want them to love coming to the carpet to hear our story for the week. They will also use this carpet to read independently and work with their partner or group. Having this colorful alphabet carpet will provide a more welcoming environment and more comfortable experience for them during class time. Not only can this classroom carpet benefit our reading time, but also our math time when students are working in pairs or having a class discussion. Your donation to our project will provide an inviting, comfortable classroom for my students.
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