My students need (21) subscriptions to Let's Find Out, a Scholastic Classroom Magazine.
This project expired on February 19, 2012.
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Everyone loves receiving mail and having a book/magazine to call their own. I would like for my students to have this opportunity by giving each of them a subscription to a Scholastic Magazine.
I am a teacher of 16 eager and curious kindergarten students in South Carolina.
My class is one of five kindergarten classes. Our school is located in a rural community and like others around the country, we have felt the pain of budget cuts. I would like to spare my students this pain and provide them with as many hands-on resources as possible.
I teach using thematic units and many of them are based on social studies and science topics. I have found that small children are very eager to learn nonfiction facts and trivia. I would like for each of my students to have the opportunity to subscribe to the Scholastic Magazine, Let's Find Out. This magazine provides students with colorful, high-interest reading about thematic units. It also reinforces foundational skills such as shapes, letters, opposites, and numbers. Let's Find out provides reproducible activity pages that are perfect for students to take home and do with their parents.
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My students would love to have a magazine subscription. Let's Find Out is designed especially for kindergarten students with simple, repetitive text that will help them develop early reading skills. Thanks for your consideration and support.
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