Stacia Tauscher stated, "We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today.” That someone may be an inventor, a creator, a scientist, carpenter, or a mathematician.
I work with special needs preschool students from the ages of 3-5.
My students range from speech delayed to severe Autism, and everything in between. I work to create as many opportunities as I can for my students in my classroom, all while meeting each student at their developmental level. Education is fun and exciting, and I get to be the first classroom many of our future scholars will experience and I strive to make it a fun, enticing, creative, and engaging workspace for each child.
We have been so lucky to have previous projects funded which included hands-on manipulatives, toys, gadgets, gears, peg boards, math, and science toys...but we don't have a safe and functional place to keep everything. Stacking tubs on top of the counters are starting to get a bit difficult to manage. A sturdy storage self-helps to organize our items and keep them at our student's level.
Keeping our supplies organized and easily accessible helps our students learn responsibility in the classroom.
Also having a shelf that is preschool friendly and safe is a must. Bins and a storage shelf will be a great addition to our classroom to store our amazing items.
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