I am a teacher in Oklahoma, and I want to make a difference in kids' lives! My learners are sweet, kind, and joyful learners. They come in every day anxious to see what we are working on and ready to master every concept they are given.
My students radiate excitement to learn, so it is fun to give them projects and activities that challenge their creativity.
Each day is a new opportunity to think about academia in diverse, challenging, and fascinating ways. Plus, through the activities they are given, they begin to develop passions and envision themselves as doctors, teachers, engineers, business owners, and much more. It is these moments of recognizing the value of knowledge that fuels my teacher heart and their student minds.
I would love to continue providing resources and opportunities for these little ones as they will quickly become the future of our world. If you can donate any amount, it would bless my students tremendously. Thank you in advance!
I am seeking help in replenishing the learning supplies in my classroom. Since we use these items so often, they are running low! Students need to have accessible supplies, so that work can be completed in a meaningful way.
We will use each supply in important ways.
For examples, glue sticks, Expo markers, crayons, and easers are every day items needed. Our drawers are essentially empty of these tools! Also, paper cups can be by students that forget to bring a water bottle. We would like to keep kids safe by offering cups, instead of using water fountains directly during COVID. No child should ever go thirsty!
All supplies have been selected by students and confirmed by me. Help me surprise my kiddos with fresh learning tools!
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