This year, I am teaching the most exuberant and entertaining bunch that I have ever come across. My kids have such a joy for learning and life itself. Every day is a new adventure with these kids. Our school is a Title I school in IN.
Our classroom is primarily made up of 25 students, many of those come from bilingual households and qualify for free or reduced-price lunch.
These elementary students do not let their outside struggles define or taint their future.
Have you ever had 30 unorganized Kindergarteners in a class? There are 4 students to one table. They are constantly overlapping materials. Papers are tossed around in their space and on the floor. Their crayon boxes are filled with many different brands and they argue on whose is whose.
A chair pocket will help organize their materials in one place and give the students extra room for their tables.
In these chair pockets, they have room for folders, notebooks, crayon boxes, binders, and a place for their name tag. The chair pockets will help teach the students to be organized in their education process!
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