Elementary School, PK-5
864 S. Wellington Street Memphis, TN 38126
My students need an Ipod so I can use technology in our classroom.
My students come from very limited resources. Most of my students are living at or below the poverty line. We need an IPOD to incorporate technology into the music learning process. Most of my...
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My students need dress up clothes, a career costume set, for imaginative play in their Dramatic Play center.
What did you aspire to be when you grew up? A doctor? A firefighter? A princess? Most of my students want to be Batman or iCarley. We love to support our students imaginations, and this year we...
My students need more opportunities to use technology during math and reading centers. Two ipod Touches will allow them to use educational apps for practice and remediation.
The Pods provided will allow my students a new learning tool. They will be put to use along with other tools during learning workshops for all subjects. Educational apps will be added to each Pod. Students will then use the Pods to practice what they have learned, and to...
My students need interactive white board games, overhead activities, and map skills activities to aid with math, science, and social studies.
This project will help my students to become well rounded individuals. Reading is a very important subject. Math, Science and Social Studies add excitement to learning and what we read. Help my students to discover that excitement. My students need interactive white board...
My students need journals and writing activity guides to use during writing workshop.
The resources provided will allow my students to effectively participate in the writing workshop process. My students will be closer to becoming better communicators. They will also become skilled in expressing themselves.
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