Kindergartners are inquisitive and engaged learners. They love to learn! My kindergartners are eager to explore the world around them. They are also 21st Century Learners. Having access to high-quality, hands-on STEAM materials and appropriate furniture that provides an interactive learning environment is essential.
My students are enthusiastic, curious, and engaged.
They are hands-on learners. Some of my students speak another language at home and several qualify for special education modifications.
Our school is a new school that is still building its curriculum and materials. We are a STEAM school, meaning we explore various scientific concepts through hands-on, integrated projects. My Kindergartners are fully immersed in a scientific concept and topic throughout the school day. Having access to community based non-fiction reading material aligns with the mission of our school and our learning.
Time for Kids is a wonderful way for my students to have access to grade level non-fiction texts that align with their community. Kindergartners need to be able to hold and read non-fiction materials. However, it can be a challenge to find non-fiction texts that are appropriate and motivating.
Kindergartners love to learn about their world!
Time for Kids is the perfect way for me to provide real life reading materials at their developmental level. The digital support piece allows me to provide whole class learning experiences to ensure even my newest readers can access the materials introduced in the magazines.
This will be an amazing addition to my curriculum.
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