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Time for Reading - Time for Kids
My students need 22 subscriptions to Time for Kids to access engaging and meaningful non-fiction articles.
My students face the challenge of having access to reading material on their reading level that allows for practice in the genre of non-fiction.
My students live in a low socioeconomic area.
Our school is a Title 1 school with a high percentage of free and reduced price lunches. Reading scores are typically low in our school, and funding for material is low, as well. Money for extra items is not easily available.
Time for Kids is an engaging and up-to-date magazine that could inspire my students to learn more about the world around them. Putting quality material into my students' hands will better equip them for future experiences. Reading non-fiction is a vital part of common core standards, and my students need constant access to this genre.
Help inspire young minds with this engaging classroom magazine.
As students make time for reading and use Time for Kids, vocabulary and comprehension skills will be increased and interest in their surroundings will be enhanced.
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