5 of 42
Were you looking for projects in
Grade(s) 6th Grade
No. Students 85
Subject Science (Natural)
Need Math, technology and science education, STEM
Greetings! I am an International Baccalaureate 6th grade teacher at Fienberg-Fisher K8 Center. I am back in middle school after a few years in 5th grade,and am honored that I was able to move up with these students. Many of these students have below level FCAT scores (level 1 and 2), and are also reading below a 6th grade level. In addition, on...
No. Students 32
We are an urban school facing the challenges of the California Budget Crisis, but we have several large goals.
History: We believe that teaching history shouldnt be passive - it needs to be active! Kids need to be creating newscasts, building castles, and even problem solving through design challenges in architecture, art, and science! We need...
Grade(s) All high
No. Students 200
I am now working teaching the Business Pathway courses (accounting, entrepreneurship and business economics) which are a combination of business math/financial literacy curriculum with mixed grade levels. In order to keep these students focused as they near graduation, I will be using a variety of media including videos, simulations, group and indi...
Grade(s) 2nd Grade
No. Students 24
I teach a diverse and dynamic second grade class. To fit their creative and energetic needs, I would love to purchase art, music, and P.E. supplies to enrich their educational experience. I would also love to help them reach their potential by supplying their thirsty eyes with multi-cultural books and technology. My goal is to prepare 24 special...
No. Students 170
Subject Earth sciences
We are a sixth grade class full of eager and curious scholars. We strive to do our best and are resourceful with the materials we are fortunate to have. However, we are in need of materials for our math and science classes. We need everything from grid paper and pencils to technology for making presentations. We are resilient and determined th...
Grade(s) 3rd Grade
No. Students 26
Our school is a Title 1 school and majority of our students CST scores are below benchmark. My classroom needs a Elmo document camera so the teacher will be able to display teaching resources from lesson plans on the projector assignment corrections, or website resources to enrich/support the teaching strategies for a specific lesson. Please help ...
Grade(s) 5th Grade
No. Students 33
I have recently been transferred to a new school and need grade level appropriate novels for my classroom. We are now teaching literature using literature circles, so I need class sets of books. I would particularly like historical fiction books relating to US History. Also, the school is creating a learning and teaching garden, for which we need ...
Many of my students come from impoverished homes and their access to updated, current technology is very limited.
Last year I was able to write a grant and receive iPads on a 2 to 1 ratio for the children. This is a step in the right direction!
With our iPads we have been learning to code on code.org. The students are so enthusiastic about it! ...
Grade(s) 4th Grade
No. Students 29
Subject Computer science
These are an energetic and and enthusiastic bunch of 29 inner city fourth grade children. They participate in the school garden, as well as raise 100-200 trout in the classroom from egg to fry. They record data, share data with other classes and communicate via email about their findings. We have limited supplies such as notebooks, pencils and tabl...
I would love to have an Outdoor classroom where students can learn and explore different scientific concepts. I would like to have 5 round picnic tables that the students can sit at to write their ideas from what they have learned and to do science projects. I also want to build three more garden beds so the students can learn more about plants and...
Select a State
District Of Columbia
Select a Grade
Select a Subject
English Language Art
Family and consumer science
Social Studies / History
I am currently an Intensive Reading and Special Education teacher at Kinloch Park Middle School. I have been teaching at this school for 12 years. The Intensive Reading class consists of students who scored low levels on assessments and demonstrate limited reading skills such as in the areas of comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, and phonics. Included in these classes are also students in the Special Education program. These students range from disabilities in cognitive learning disabilities to emotional difficulties. Our school is considered a “Title 1” school, meaning 93% of the school population qualify for free or reduced lunch. Additionally, we have a large population of students in the ESOL program. In other words, the majority of our students have limited skills in the English language. I began incorporating Interactive Notebooks this past school year. It is a great tool for learning whereas students are able to personalize and make meaning of the information presented in class. It also functions as a powerful study tool, a working portfolio, appeals to the multiple intelligences, encourages pride and ownership of student work, reinforces organizational skills, keeps students engaged, and helps with college and career readiness. Using Interactive Notebooks involves plenty of materials such as colored pencils and markers, scissors, scotch tape, glue, pencils, colored paper and/or construction paper, and of course Composition Notebooks. It is very difficult for students to bring in materials to school. Throughout the school year, students bring less and less materials. It comes to a point where I cannot even lend them pencils because I do not have any more. We, as teachers, receive a limited classroom materials stipend in late October. Sometimes it is not enough. Technology materials such as ink can get expensive. Therefore, in order to have a successful school year for 2016-2017, classroom materials are imperative to learning, creativity, and success!
Order your search results by Zip Code
Register to manage your classroom on line.
This classroom has been added to your cart
Checkout Now |