My students need a large, dry/erase magnetic board to help them emerge into great readers and writers. This board will be a wonderful resource for their academic growth!
Help move our classroom resources to today's standards! I just moved to a new classroom that has two walls of chalkboard. Using chalk is not a practical option. Our current white board is unmounted, dented, and too small for my students to see important information.
Our school is a magnet school for self-directed learners.
Because our school is a high performing school, we do not qualify for most of the resources or funds that low performing schools receive. The majority of our furniture is severely outdated or in poor condition.
I teach an amazing and energetic group of first graders! They love to read and write. My students have big ideas for writing and they are eager to learn how to spell a lot of new words. I would love to have the adequate space to encourage their learning!
A large magnetic, white board helps students to have adequate space for an interactive word wall. Students can use magnetic letters to create words. The white board eliminates the use of chalk which is messy and irritating to allergies. A large board allows for students to see displayed information and for the writing to be color coded for differential instruction. It is also large enough for students to come up and write on the board to show their thinking.
Students will be able to use this board for all subjects; especially math, reading, and writing. It will be large enough for charts to be displayed alongside work that we record.
This donation will make a huge difference in our classroom.
Students struggle with seeing information posted on our current, dented board. It is a safer option because it can be mounted to the existing blackboard. Using a blackboard in the year 2013 is not an effective teaching resource.
This whiteboard is a critical resource that we need and it exceeds my supply budget. This resource will greatly increase my student achievement.
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