I teach amazing and wonderful 5th graders who love science. I have taught in the urban core for five years of my 20-year career, and I am the happiest I have even been. My students have a true love of science and want to learn about it. They run to my room every day for their 90-minute block with me. I teach three of these amazing classes a day. I try to give them as many experiences as I can. We usually do two to three labs a week, and I buy most of those supplies out of pocket. Many of the labs and diagrams I do require my children to color, write out, and/or label diagrams. The work I am getting is showing that they really are understanding the concepts I am teaching. They impress me more and more every day. My students have a love for science that is showing in their MAP testing and their lives. We are on a roll, and I want to continue this positive force!
Glue sticks are used almost daily in my classroom. We are always making models, diagrams or adding to our interactive notebooks. In order for to put these together, we need glue sticks.
Please help me to continue to offer my students a fun interactive way to teach science by supplying the glue that holds it all together!
Glue sticks will help my children to be able to complete projects in science. We make models, build diagrams or take and create interactive notes in our notebooks every week. This glue will help to continue this interactive and highly motivating practice in my classroom.
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