I know, I know: It’s a recession.
When your pimp calls you to say the block ain’t hot like it used to be, it’s hard to break off people with a little cash. I understand and I feel you, but I’m going to ask you to help my teacher friend help the babies anyway.
Here’s the prompt:
A rousing game of Jeopardy is a favorite activity among my students. Currently, the game consists of the chalkboard, chalk, reading questions from index cards, teams raising hands (with arguing about which team had their hand in the air first), and some students who are bored with the board that would rather play video games.
I am requesting an interactive Jeopardy game system, with a classroom link and a blank cartridge. Your help will make it possible to provide students with an interactive learning experience inside of the classroom where students learn things in a way that is different from what they are used to in the classroom. It is an excellent educational tool that garners even the most apprehensive learner’s attention!
My donation was very recession friendly, and trust me, it’s not a hustle. Ms. Smith is a teacher at Willowridge in Houston, Texas. If you want to donate, click here.
If you don’t, send it to someone that does and pray teacher can meet her goal. I’m not about to go all telethon on you, but I’ll say this: Ya’ll saw ATL. Do you really want to hear more children sound like slaves on skates?
I rest my case.