My students need supply caddies to organize and store materials in order to share between multiple classes.
This project expired on September 16, 2018.
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Our classroom community consists of a diverse population of about 60 fifth graders, shared among two classrooms. Our students are amazing learners and leaders. They come to school with a positive attitude, the drive to learn, and the curiosity that sparks learning and creativity. Our students love to work and collaborate with one another throughout their school day.
All of our students come from varying backgrounds; at school we are one big family.
It can be evident to any one person who may walk into our classroom environment that we love and care for one another. We take risks in our learning, support and inspire each other, and have a strong sense of community. During the day we take part in lots of different types of learning, working with varying levels of independence and learning styles.
Through this project, students will have access to organizational caddies where materials will be stored and shared among students during each class period. These caddies would store pencils, highlighters, colored pencils, tissues, and so much more!
This amazing resource would make a difference in our classroom community by allowing students to have the materials needed to learn at an arm's reach without wasting instructional time.
This resource would allow for student's to continue learning without having to stop to search for materials. Please consider supporting this project, so students can use their day to learn without having to waste time to find their materials.
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