Help me give my students a great start to the new year with all the essentials such as pencils, easel pads, glue sticks, laminating pouches, cardstock, and markers we need to have a smooth sailing school year.
My students are charismatic, dedicated, and avid readers, as long as they have the right book. They live in a low socioeconomic area, and our school is a Title I school, which means that the majority of our students (in our case, more than 95%) receive free lunch because of their family's income. Our school is also a Spanish dual immersion school.
Most of my students are native Spanish speakers and work diligently to develop both their Spanish and English language and literacy skills.
Help me give my students and our classroom these essential items.
My students deserve to have basic resources available to them to have a smooth sailing year.
They need color paper to be able to have color projects and have color around the room. We use glue sticks in our classroom every single day. We use it for a specific Spanish activity that helps students build their Spanish vocabulary with an interactive notebook and needs a lot of gluing. Students in my classroom cannot always afford pencils, so I try to provide them with 2 pencils each month.
Laminating sheets are used by me, the teacher, to be able to create last lasting resources for my students. Expo markers will be used to teach the students on the big white board or the ELMO projector during math, science, SLD, and writers/readerds workshop. All of these essential classroom materials will not only be beneficial to their everyday classroom needs to will help them expand their future.
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