More than a third of students from low‑income households
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My students need white boards and dry erase markers to help them be more engaged in our lessons. White boards can also be used to help assess many other skills.
As a new teacher it takes a lot to get together all the supplies for your classroom. These white boards an essential tool that would really help my students be more engaged. Please help a new teacher out by donating.
The third graders in my Maryland classroom thrive on being involved in the lesson as much as possible.
I have great students that are willing to come to school and soak it all in. Many of them have never left their state and some not even their county. They love learning and for right now we are trying the best we can without white boards. My parents are great and help when they can, but I would like to have the white boards so I can use them year after year.
White boards are a great tool that will increase student engagement and in return will result in more learning. These boards can help students work out problems as I am teaching and then they can share their answers with the class. White boards are also a great tool to help informatively assess the students understanding of a topic. This will help me to decide if I need to reteach or if they are ready to move on to a higher level of thinking, especially in math. These are also great for teaching students phonics, grammar, and spelling. These are tools students need to be successful in the world. Please help my students achieve all they can achieve by donating to our project.
As a new teacher I have put over a thousand dollars into my classroom.
I have bought pencils, erasers, markers, crayons, paper, posters, and many other things to get my classroom going. Please help me add this essential tool to my classroom so I can get a little closer to having the things I need. Thank you in advance for your help. I promise your donation will go further than you know.
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