More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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My students need access to literature that provides standards-based reading skills practice and also allows for the implementation of scientific knowledge.
"I'm not smart. I can't do this." This is what some of my students believe about themselves. Everyday I make it my priority to show my class just how powerful they are. From engaging science experiments to exposing them to empowering literature, I equip my kiddos with tools for success.
I teach 33 students at a Title 1 school in southern California.
My class is mostly English Language Learners. My kids are hungry for more; more books, more hands on Science, more fun. These students come from homes where very little English is spoken and very few parents are able to give their children access to resources that will assist them in school.
When you donate you will bring thought-provoking, in-depth news stories into my classroom with Scholastic News. In addition to current events, each issue includes political cartoons, vocabulary builders, and standardized test preparation exercises.
With compelling information that's too new for textbooks, the elementary science magazine, SuperScience, ensures that my lessons are engaging and up to date. Exciting articles and experiments work together to inspire my students and meet National Science Standards.
We all remember the teacher that went an extra step and made the difference in our lives.
We all remember that super special event that piqued an interest we didn't know we had. Please pass this experience on.
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