YOU are all the reason I tried this.
After reading SO many wonderful posts, I signed up for donorschoose.org and submitted a project
Two years ago I was able to borrow about 20 books, which helped a ton. But, now that I'm at a new school, I don't have the access to those. Between buying my own here and there this year, I have 10 copies of my own. I was able to get 2 from our classroom library, and 6 from our local library. With 56 students, this certainly does not add up to a class set.
As you all know, it is very hard to read a novel with 4th graders who don't have their own copy of the book. When I want them to complete homework, I have to stagger it by class which makes it hard to pace the lesson.
I usually have a few students who can bring in their own copies, but not the whole class, and it's hard with students who are from financially struggling families. It is also nice to all have the same version to have the same page #'s!!
I also went on and randomly chose 5 projects that I felt were valuable, and donated a small amount of $ to each project. I just LOVE the concept and idea of this wonderful site! :)
I also wanted to announce the lucky winners from my 200 follower giveaways!!
Grades K-2 Pack-- JK Hartman
Grades 3-6 Pack-- Kristin from TeachnTex
Congrats girls! You should be receiving emails shortly with your prizes :)
Remember, my entire TPT store is 28% off, so head on over and shop!!
I am almost finished with my Father's Day Craftivity and I will try and have it posted before the sale is over so you can pick it up for the discounted price!! Check in later today or tomorrow, or follow me on TPT to make sure you can snag it up :)
Also, don't forget to enter Holly's amazing 500 follower giveaway! I am SO proud of her for reaching this milestone-- she deserves it!! There are SO many unbelievable prizes and I am contributing! Enter to win :)