Teachers inventively find ways to mirror classroom experiences while students are remote learners

Two students wearing holiday hatsTeachers like Minisink Valley Elementary Kindergartener teacher Amanda Singleton are always looking for creative ways to create experiences for their remote students to mirror experiences they would have in the classroom.

“While trying to navigate remote learning and still give our kindergarten students the experiences they would have had in class, I felt celebrating ‘Holidays Around the World’ would be perfect project to do,” she said. “This project is not only fun for students, but celebrates various cultures around the world. We discuss the customs and traditions they celebrate. This would not have been possible without the parents helping make the projects.”

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