Help me give my students the basic classroom supplies they need to continue to enjoy engaging, hands-on learning experiences and finish the year strong!
This project expired on May 17, 2019.
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I am a first grade teacher at a diverse school just outside of Washington, D.C. Our school is culturally and linguistically diverse; students represent more than forty-one countries and speak more than twenty different languages at home. More than seventy-four percent of our students receive free or reduced price lunch.
My curious first graders are full of enthusiasm for learning!
They come to school eager to learn with smiles on their faces. They are energetic learners who enjoy hands-on, inquiry-based lessons differentiated to meet their individual needs.
As the first half of our school year comes to an end, I have noticed that our basic classroom supplies have become depleted and that they are in need of replenishment.
We need basic classroom supplies for our daily learning activities.
These include glue sticks, scotch tape, construction paper, and plastic trays to hold our materials. We also need an electric stapler so my students can be independent during Writing Workshop. Additionally, I need velcro dots and laminating film to create interactive, hands-on activities for literacy and math workstations.
Replenishing our dwindling basic school supplies would greatly benefit my students. It would allow us to finish the year strong and continue participating in engaging, hands-on learning experiences in the classroom.
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