Teachers are heroes! They are the shapers of our children’s future! I believe that they are under funded and often times lack many of the resources that they need to do their jobs! I’ve compiled a list of teacher Amazon wishlists from my community! Click on any below and let’s help them clear their lists!
Miss Lloyd’s Classroom Wishlist: “I am starting my first year teaching kindergarten and 1st grade art!!”
SDS Classroom Wishlist: “I teach at low income school in a moderate/severe disabilities classroom. My classroom is the furthest from a “one size fits all” method of teaching, which requires a lot of extra resources outside of the standard curriculum and classroom design.”
Megan’s Classroom Wishlist: This is Megan’s first classroom. She teaches 6th grade Math and Science!”
Webb Classroom Wishlist: “I am a kindergarten teacher serving at a Christian school!”
Miss Heath’s Classroom Wishlist: Miss Heath teaches 3rd grade in Las Vegas.
Malulu’s Classroom Wishlist: 4th grade teacher in California
Miss Lee’s Classroom Wishlist: “These are some items I could really use in my music room! Thank you for checking it out!”
Caitlin’s Classroom Wishlist: “Hello, I am a 2nd grade teacher at a urban school in West Philadelphia. I have created this wishlist in hopes to get some supplies to help with fun and engaging learning but also picked materials that will meet the needs of every child. I know anything given will truly brighten their day and they as well as myself will be forever grateful.”
Elsa’s Classroom Wishlist: “Hello, I am a headstart teacher trying to expand my library. The group of children that I work for have a very limited books.”
Karis’ Classroom Wishlist: Karis is a reading and writing 6th grade teacher in Arizona.
Mrs. Finnegan’s Classroom Wishlist: “I am a special education teacher in a low income city outside of Boston, MA. These are some of the items that I will use to help my students have a fun, fantastic year.”
Mrs. Gilley’s Classroom Wishlist: “I teach in a small, rural, low socioeconomic school district. I love to integrate STEM activities in my teaching to enrich the learning for my students.”
Mrs. Cortez’s Classroom Wishlist: “This is my 13th year teaching and I could not be more humbled that you’re here! I love fostering relationships with my students throughout the year and being able to provide materials that will assist in their learning and provide a sense of “second home” in our classroom will be much appreciated!”
Joy’s Classroom Wishlist: Joy is a special education TK-2nd grade teacher in California.
Mrs. Drake’s Classroom Wishlist: “These items will be used in a high school English classroom in central Virginia. These are some nice to haves and a few consumables we would like to have this year.”
Moorel’s Classroom Wishlist: Moorel is an 8th grade Science teacher in Texas.
Miss Sherman’s Classroom Wishlist: “This will be my first year teaching. I am teaching kindergarten and cannot wait to get started! Thank you so much for anything that you do for my students this year!”
Kia’s Classroom Wishlist: “My name is Kia Gregory and I am going into my sixth year of teaching 6th grade in a small town an hour south of Sacramento, CA! Starting from scratch again in a new room and I can’t wait for the new year to start! Thank you for your generosity!”
Mrs. Robert’s Classroom Wishlist: “Going back into the classroom and need some items for my NEW first graders.”
Annabelle’s Classroom Wishlist: “Hi I’m Annabelle and I will be starting my first year teaching this year. I will be teaching Kindergarten in Indianapolis, Indiana.”
Alicia’s Classroom Wishlist: I am a third year teacher in Orange County, CA. I teach Kindergarten Spanish Dual immersion in a very low income community in Santa Ana. My students are the sweetest and are so resilient. The families I work with are doing the best they can with what they’ve got. I like to help educate the parents and find donations to meet the needs of my students.”
Classroom Wishlist: “Hello! After setting up my classroom I have compiled a list of things that my students and I would benefit from this upcoming school year. Some are big wishes, some are things that we need to survive middle school every day. Anything at all helps and I so appreciate it! Feel free to share if you feel comfortable doing so.”
Sarah Ann’s Classroom Wishlist: Sarah Ann is a special education teacher.
Ashley’s Classroom Wishlist: “Hello, I’m Ashley Johnson. I have been teaching for eight years, and all those years have been 4th grade math at a Title I school in Pinson, Alabama. About 85% of my students qualify for free and reduced lunches, almost all of them struggle to bring their own supplies. Some of the things on the list are also to add more diversity in my classroom library, but also about my favorite subject: math! I want my students to see themselves in the books.
Carter’s Classroom Wishlist: “I am so excited for my second year of teaching. Any donation would be a great help in building my second grade library and filling supply needs.”