Help me give my students the opportunity to use these amazing manipulatives to expand their math knowledge! Allowing them to choose from these various math games and objects, will keep them both engaged and wanting to learn more!
We are part of a Mass Customized Learning pilot for 80 learners ranging from ages of 5-10, with very unique backgrounds. A majority of our learners qualify for a free or reduced price lunch. With our pilot program, our goal is to reach each learner's academic needs at their own developmental level. From the time our learners enter our studios, our focus is to meet those individual needs that foster their academic excellence. The learners also have the opportunity to work at their own pace.
We have a strong focus on STEM-based, hands-on learning opportunities.
This opportunity would be great for our learners to have as they work on various projects and activities. The goal is to make our kids career and workforce ready, while at the same time developing them into life-long learners.
These math materials will make a huge impact on our learners! During our daily math time, the learners will be able to choose how they both want to/best learn what they are working on. So why not give them a variety of ways to do so? They will be able to improve both their reading and number comprehension with the locks and keys.
They can understand number concepts better with by using the Number of the Day poster (10 more, 10 less, written number, etc.).
The learners will also LOVE having a wide variety of math games to choose from that they can play with their friends too! Please consider donating to help get these items into our studio!
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