My students need the 'At-Your-Seat Storage Sacks'. These sacks will help my students be more independent and also assist with our limited storage space. Thank you!
This project expired on January 1, 2015.
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One of our main goals with our Pre-K students is to help make them more independent. These sacks will help my students to do just that! It will also free up space for other valuable materials that we need store in our classroom.
This school year we are teaching 20 wonderful 4 and 5 year old students.
Our school is located in a rural area. Many of our students' come from low, socioeconomic homes. At our school, we want to provide the best education possible for all of our students. We want to provide experiences and a sense of pride that continues through to their home lives as well.
The 'At-Your-Seat Storage Sacks' will aid in our students abilities to follow our daily classroom routines while remaining organized. Their materials will be at arms reach and will allow for a more structured atmosphere. With each sack being easily removable, students can be arranged in many different seating arrangements to allow for better socialization.
These materials will help our classroom tremendously.
Our classroom is small with our centers on one side of our room and tables for student seating on the other. We have literally had to combine 2 classrooms into 1. We are very restricted on space as a result of this fact. These sacks will help our students to stay organized as well as assisting in our limited storage. It would also aid in helping our students to follow our daily routines.
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