My students need Connect and Store Book Bins to organize their leveled reading books, journal, and school supplies for our Reading Workshop time-slot.
This project expired on October 7, 2018.
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I work with some of the brightest and motivated students in Frisco, Texas. These "little people" are leaders and have a voice in our schools and in our communities. They are a fabulous group of First Graders who are excited about learning and crave challenges! I am amazed about how their minds are like "little sponges" that soak up the world around them. Five of them have been accepted into our Gifted and Talented program at our school.
Another thing about these First Graders, is that they love to read!
- In fact, approximately 40 minutes out of our day is devoted to silent or buddy reading time. I am amazed how a handful of them are reading at a 2nd grade or 3rd grade level. They don't give up, and they push me to be a better teacher!
These book bins will be used in our classroom for our Reading Workshop time-slot in the First Grade schedule. They will use these bins to put their Leveled Reading books in, as well as their Reading Journals. A few school supplies and other various reading resources will be added to their bins. They will get lots of use throughout the day!
They will use these on a daily basis during their independent reading time.
They will also use them to carry their Reading Workshop materials to other classes when we will be flexibly grouping our students. These
book bins will help them keep track of their own reading and will help them become responsible of their own materials and supplies.
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