What We Do
As we move into a new system of schooling at home, maximizing your student virtual classroom experience required you establish a learning zone of space in house. Let Melanated Pearl Corp support you on your journey.
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Classroom in A Box
DID YOU KNOW?
You can create a grade level classroom or workstation using a cardboard box.
Get rid of distractions while your student is at work! A Customized Classroom in a Box gives your student a private workspace.
Most educators and homeschoolers are familiar with the idea of a curriculum in a box. If you didn’t know, boxed curriculums include things like — teacher guides, books, study sheets, tests, activities, and some include report cards. The classroom in a box offers an opportunity to teach organization. Besides being convenient for you and sour student, a classroom in box can offers easy access to all the books and materials for a academic year. The classroom in a box is a mobile customized workstation for your student.
Customized Content Corners
Customize Learning Wall – A content corner focuses on one subject area. Similar to Learning Walls that support students on their learning journey, a content corner is a reference point for students as they work towards knowledge, understanding and application of skills. Anything that builds on your student knowledge as they work towards their LEARNING INTENTION can be included. The wall is not linear like a Bump It Up Wall – it grows in any direction, depending on your students needs.
Build Reading Nooks & Forts for Early Readers
How We Do It –
In-Person – You provide the space and materials.
Virtual /Remote (View Video) – Schedule a one – on – one session where I walk you through the process.
Where We Do It
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Instagram – Visual models will be posted throughout the month of August 2020.
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Why We Do It
To Serve Family and Communities
Share Best Practices and Design Ideas
Support Students and Families transition to Schooling at Home in Virtual Learning
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Creating a Classroom Using a cardboard box – Pre-K 2
1. Step 1: Choose a Theme, Grade Level, or Content Area
2. Step 2: Select a Color Palette
3. Step 3: Make a Supply List
4. Step 5: Arrange the Items
5. Step 6: Add the Background: Wrapping Paper/Fabric
6. Step 7: Attach the Border
7. Step 8: Add Pictures and Words.