The teacher wants to have educational games for first graders

SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) – First grade Beach Hill teacher Diane Lewis says her younger students are excited about all of her subjects.

She says to attract the attention of her students, she loves to give them plenty of time while studying and by offering games in the classroom to motivate and push them.

Lewis says for many of his students this school year was the first taste of being in a classroom environment during a pandemic.

She says what better way to involve her children than by giving them games to play with small groups that they can lead independently.

She says the games help her students practice their reading skills and give them a focus on reading strategies.

“It allows some kids to be leaders and some have the opportunity to explain their ideas to another child and sometimes they learn more from each other than I do,” Lewis says.

To select a Donors project, Lewis will ask an educational company to play games that focus on vocabulary, phonetic skills, and reading comprehension.

She says some of the games are self-regulating and allow students to develop ownership and provide opportunities for collaboration and collaboration.

“We have a lot of schools ahead of us and we have a lot of time to develop, so I want to work with them and these resources will help in that,” Lewis said.

Lewis says that during his years as a teacher, he realized that learning is as much about play as it is about work.

The “Choose Her Donors” project, titled “Play It,” still has $ 501 left to be fully funded.

You can help this Beach Hill teacher get these educational games for his teenage students and become a class champion at the same time. If you want to help, you can click this link and donate.

All donations are deducted from the tax.

Donors Choice collects your money and then buys the item and sends it to the teacher. This ensures that your donation is used for low-income teachers in the country.

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