My New Favorite Classroom Resources from Donors Choose

This week my classroom received more art supplies than I could ever imagine! I created a Donor’s Choose project and received donations by complete strangers who believed in my classroom! I am so thankful to these wonderful people who make my student’s art dreams come true! Donor’s Choose is a place for teachers to submit requests for resources they need for their classroom.

Super Tips Markers These Crayola Super Tips Washable Markers help my students to create fine line drawings in their artwork. The standard Crayola markers are much too think for intricate details. Every student was SO EXCITED that they could use these special markers on their writing illustrations!

Multicultural Markers I am SO EXCITED to have a few sets of Crayola Multicultural Markers for my students! These markers make such a difference since my students are from different cultural backgrounds. They no longer have to choose between standard brown, white, or yellow for skin color. I can’t wait to see how their self-portraits turn out!

Silly Scents These Silly Scents Twistables are just what I needed to motivate my students during reading. Every morning we complete a fluency activity where students color the words. These twistables make it SO MUCH FUN to color and smell the words!

Construction Paper and Astrobrights We also received a pack of Skin Color Construction Paper and Astrobrights Color Paper! I can’t wait to see how our student profiles turn out now that my students have access to all the art supplies they could ever dream of!

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Crayola Super Tips Washable Markers

Crayola Multicultural Markers

Silly Scents Twistables

Skin Color Construction Paper

Astrobrights Color Paper

Thank you so much Donor’s Choose for making my classroom and my student’s lives a little brighter this week!

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Laurin

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