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Studying Our World on a Smaller Scale
Help me give my students a microscope, slides, stains, and science book to study their world!
Many of our students are English Language Learners from hard-working families who immigrated from native countries. We live on a small barrier island where we are grateful for our tight-knit community and various cultures.
Our students are taught to celebrate their unique cultures and learn to respect and embrace their differences.
As a language immersion class, my partner teacher and I strive to create open-minded students who view the world through a global lens.
We are dedicated to creating students who will truly make a difference in the world.
Please help my students study their science unit with a microscope. Currently, we are studying microorganisms by watching videos and reading books. I would love to give my students the opportunity to study their world by using real samples. In addition, we are asking for a box of glass slides and stains to be used with the microscope. Finally, we would love a science book that goes along with the microscope to explain what the students will be seeing. Several years ago, we used a microscope to study samples found on our playground and stream near our school; however, these resources are no longer available. Science instruments are a wonderful way to motivate students to learn about their world!
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