Hi everyone! Growing up I attended A LOT of schools, I’m talking 5 elementary schools, 4 middles schools and 5 high schools so I got to experience first hand the huge discrepancies between schools that were in wealthier areas and those in lower income parts of the city. A lot of schools simply didn’t have the budget for some of the experiences that I had in the wealthier schools. Things like fun rewards, cool sensory activities, access to a broader range of books. So the fact that we can all come together and help some of the teachers fulfill their back to school wishlist can give children a better shot at having a similar experience regardless of their economic status. Thank you to all of the Teachers that sent me their wishlist to share with my readers. There were so many submissions and it was really tough to narrow it down.
How It Works?
- Click on the wishlist you desire to help
- Add 1 or more items to your cart
- Once you’ve added everything you wish to gift, click proceed to checkout
- At checkout Amazon will have you select the address you wish you ship the gift to. Make sure you select the gift registry, their address will be blocked out for privacy but you will see the option to click on it.
- Amazon will ship out the gift directly to the Teacher!
Pam Reyes – @pam_ava – Pam teaches Kindergarten – “I will be teaching at risk students who are also coming from low income in my county . Please help me make this a welcoming classroom for them. This will also be my first year teaching . Thank you so much” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Nora – Nora teaches 11th grade – “Please help me make my classroom a fun and inviting space for all my students! Thank you so much in advance!” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Melissa Longoria – @melissann_longoria – Melissa teaches Kindergarten through 5th grade – “I would love any help I can get! I am a Texas Literacy Specialist who is in desperate need of some items that I don’t get help with since I don’t have a traditional classroom ❤️ Thank you so much for any donations!!” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Brenda Solano – @solxbee – Brenda teaches Pre-K – “Hi my name is Ms. Solano, and I am a Pre-K 4 teacher. This is my third year teaching and I still need some items to complete my classroom. Thank you so much for your support!” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Samantha – @_samroseee – Samantha teaches bridge class of 6 & 7 – “This will be my first year alone in a self contained classroom. My school is combining grades this years due to the number of students. I want to make this classroom amazing for my future students.” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Lize Thao – Lize teaches Pre-K – “Hello. Last May I found out I was being cut and let go from 1st grade. I’m so sadden but feel like this was a calling. June 10th I found out I got the job for Prek. I’m so excited for my journey and with that I’m in need of items to teach littles. It would be so appreciated if you are able to purchase just 1 item from my list for my up and coming new journey. Thanks so much in advance!” Click here to help clear her wishlist.
Jeanette Gutierrez – Jeanette teaches Kindergarten – “This is my 8th year teaching Kindergarten in Texas. I am hoping to focus on learning stations this year, so my class is in need of activities for students to work on independently. Thank you for your support!” Click here to help clear her wishlist.
Leslie Rodriguez – Leslie teaches 2nd grade – “I am about to have my first baby and I’m going from teaching 5th grade to 2nd. I have a lot of changes coming up, but I am so excited to take them on!” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Stefanie – Stefanie teaches 5th grade – “Teaching is the hardest and most rewarding job. It is such an honor to be trusted to mold the minds of the future. Unfortunately, we’re not compensated our worth. I’m so grateful to any help.” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Samantha Martinez – Samantha teaches 1st grade – “I’ve been a teacher for 4 years, this coming school year will be my first time teaching 1st grade! I’m really excited!! Thank you for all your help and support! Teaching is a work of heart and all the help I receive is very appreciated!” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Stephanie – Stephanie teaches 2nd grade – “I am a 2nd grade teacher at a dual language school. I have a group of 22 students in the morning, and then a second group of 22 students in the afternoon. With 44 students throughout the day, materials and supplies always seem to dwindle much quicker. Any help would be greatly appreciated!” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Brooke Blair – Brooke teaches 10th grade – “This will be my fourth year teaching secondary social studies in Kentucky.” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Stephany Hernandez – Stephany teaches 2nd grade – “First time teaching second grade! I’ve always taught Kinder and Art but so excited for this new journey!” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Krizia Bester – Krizia teaches 5th grade – “This is my 5th year teaching. We moved back home after my husband was done with his military contract. Due to scheduling issues, I had to keep majority of my supplies in Hawaii and start from scratch! The help would be much appreciated!” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Samantha B. – Samantha B. teaches 9th-12th grade – “Hello Friends and Family, I have created an Amazon wishlist for some things I would normally purchase for my classroom. As you know, I am a 9th-12th science teacher. I teach Honors Biology, AP Biology, and Advanced Genetics & DNA Research. I am passionate about teaching and learning. I try my best to make our classroom a fun and engaging environment. Thank you for your purchase. If you are unable to purchase your continued support is greatly appreciated.” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.
Maria – Maria teaches 1st grade – “Hello, I am a first grade teacher in a low income school. I teach dual language. My students learn to read simultaneously in English and Spanish. My students are inquisitive and always bring a smile in their faces ready to learn.” Click here to help her clear her wishlist.