My students need Listen and Learn Phonemic Awareness center to allow for extra practice of foundation reading skills.
This project expired on July 27, 2018.
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My students have challenging lives. Their struggles are ones that the majority of us will never have to worry about. These include living in a safe neighborhood, or not being sure where their next meal will come from. School may be the only safe place, with consistency and support. My goal is to provide them with the resources they need to be successful in school, so it will be a positive experience despite what goes on outside of school. Every minute they are here is valuable so I am always looking for resources that allow for constant learning and discovering. They deserve these materials that allow them to access education, so they are able to achieve better life outcomes.
Thanks to the generous donors on this site. I have had the privileged of funding a complete listening center. In order to make this center the most effective it can be, I intend to continuing adding resources so it is used in all subjects. This phonemic awareness learning center would be a the perfect addition. Student will not only be listening to new words, but are activity engaged with the wipe-off cards that come with the set. They say that practice makes perfect, and now I will be able to allow my students extra practice from the phonemic activities we do in group. It will also allow me to break larger groups down for more individualized and targeted learning, while keeping my other students engaged.
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