My students need basic tools for the classroom to set their creative minds loose!
My fifth graders are eager to learn and love innovative ways to learn difficult skills. Most students in my classroom come from a low-income family; therefore, they may not have the opportunity to use a lot of technology at home. Working in a Title I school brings a lot of challenges, but these students do not let those challenges come in the way of their learning.
My classroom is very diverse with the majority being Hispanic.
All of my students know the importance of learning and education. They come to school every day eager and ready to learn. It is my job to keep them up to par on new, innovative ways to learn skills so that they can be successful.
My students need scissors, markers and colored pencils so that when we complete projects we have the tools needed. Often time is wasted because not every student has their own set of materials and they have to wait for another student to finish and share. With having a class set of things like scissors every student can cut things out when needed and not have to wait. Having a class set of markers and colored pencils will help them put their creativity on paper and let it come alive.
My students love to be creative.
We need basic tools to allow them to use their creativity daily in my classroom while learning daily skills.
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|Crayola Broad Line Markers Bulk, 256 Count Classpack • Amazon Business||$51.14||1||$51.14|
|Scotch 5-Inch Soft Touch Blunt Kid Scissors, 12 Count Teacher Pack, Blue (1442B-12) • Amazon Business||$17.18||2||$34.36|
|Crayola Colored Pencil Bulk, 240 Count Classpack, 12 Assorted Colors • Amazon Business||$26.54||1||$26.54|
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