Help me give my students tabletop supply caddy organizers to help them keep their supplies easy to access.
This project expired on June 11, 2019.
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Our students are always ready to learn in kindergarten! They are excited about the school year! As the school year moves on, they will continue to grow. Our class has eager kindergartners ready to learn and explore new things everyday!
We have an ICT kindergarten class with special education students, general education students, as well as English language learner (ELL) students.
Some of our students have autism, are emotional disturbed, and have learning disabilities. Our classroom is filled with many different faces. Our school is a Title I school. Many of our students come to school with smiles on their faces wanting to know what we are learning next. Many of them have never attended school before or have written the letters of the alphabet. As the school year progresses, we get new students coming in and they too are ready to learn.
The tabletop supply caddy will help to organize our classroom tables. Each one of our students will get their own color cup on the caddy to place their writing supplies in. This will allow our students' to know exactly where their supplies are and they are easy available to grab and take.
The donations to this project will help to improve my students' organizational skills of their supplies and also teach them responsibility of managing their supplies.
I have seen how student independence can positively affect my students work and demeanor and hope that the additional option will help us grow even more!
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