My students need a small, comfortable rectangular carpet for their library and Flex-Space Balance Balls in their small-group learning areas. These items will provide flexible seating and assist in meeting the needs of my diverse learners.
This project expired on December 6, 2018.
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My students are very diverse in learning intelligences and daily test their independence in the classroom. Flexible seating will give them the feeling of empowerment by offering them a choice where to sit in their learning environment.
My second graders are from various backgrounds.
About 85% of our students are from low-income homes in rural communities. They love to read, use manipulatives, and play interactive games. Many of our students receive backpack food for the weekend as well as benefit from our clothing/shoe closet that's on campus. Despite so many hardships, my students are enthusiastic learners.
My second grade students will use the new carpeting and flex-space balance balls for small group and partner literacy and math station activities. They will also congregate on the carpet during whole group mini lessons prior to guided math and reading.
The donations to the carpet and flex-space balance ball project will improve my classroom by providing a comfortable, work space and flexible seating for my students to learn, create, and inspire each other.
Our classroom is very small, and we have limited seating in our room. The new carpet and flex-space balance balls will change my students' lives for the better by giving them an alternative space to work other than at their desks or at my kidney table.
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