I will be a first-year teacher teaching second grade humanities this upcoming year! I am so excited to build relationships with my students and learn alongside them on this journey. The learning environment is a students taking charge, LATI classroom, flexible grouping structure. This is to ensure that EVERY students needs are being met. I am so excited to meet my kiddos and provide them with the best classroom environment that I could going into my first year!
Since I am a first year teacher, I need a lot of the basic school supplies that every classroom needs. Scissors, glue, paper for newsletters, expo markers, and organizing baskets are amongst a few needs to ensure the supplies are stocked for the students learning and communicating home.
As a first year teacher, I also would love to provide my students with flexible seating and learning options.
I added portable lap desks for flexible seating to my project so that my students could move freely around the classroom and work in the place they work best. I also included clipboards for this reason. As far as flexible learning and total participation, I added white boards to engage the students in their work while also allowing me to address the needs of students who may not be understanding the content right away.
WORKLION Paper Cutter - A4 Paper Craft Cutter with Security Blade for Cut Gift Card, Coupon, Label, Cardstock, Photo, 12 inch Black Office Paper Trimmer
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Kitchen Timer, 2 Pack Digital Kitchen Timers [ 2020 Version ] Magnetic Countdown Timer with Loud Alarm, Big Digits, Back Stand for Cooking, Classroom, Bathroom, Teachers, Kids - AAA Battery Included
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