Can you imagine learning a whole new language without the necessary supplies? Our school is located in the border to Mexico, most of our students' parents work on seasonal field jobs, where they leave the house early in the morning and they get back home late in the afternoon. Most of my students are in the process of learning English, since Spanish is their first language.
My second graders from Arizona are perseverant, everyday they go to school eager to keep on learning.
They love challenges, they are very energetic and participative in the classroom. I love to see many raising hands. It is surprising how they always seem so motivated and working so hard. They are strong and resilient.
As kids of the new era, they love technology, they are very curious, and like to have hands -on activities and be independent. This group is truly diverse, that is the reason why we usually give them a variety of learning strategies and high expectations, that way we encourage them to give their best everyday!
Everything I chose has the objective to have a pleasant classroom with no necessities for my students. Their economic situation is not the best and with all this, you can help me give them the supplies they need.
My students deserve to have in hand what they need to learn.
It is sad to see parents struggling to buy the essential supplies for our students. Their academic achievement will be directly affected by having everything they need in the classroom.
My students are hardworking, creative children that like to be active in the classroom, and they are mostly supported by visual and manipulative aids to learn.
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