Find Your Voice Throwable Microphone

The Description

With these funds I will...purchase the Qball Throwable Microphone for my classroom. I feel it will spark additional participation in all subjects. I also teach an after school program for at risk students who will benefit from the interaction. 

Keeping students engaged is one of the most important components of a great classroom environment. That is why I am raising funds to bring QBall throwable microphone to our students. Shark Tank featured, QBall has been growing with popularity in more schools around the country.

The company is founded by a former teacher who says, “We believe every class, meeting and event is an opportunity to change lives. But that's only possible if people can hear and learn from each other. Our mission is to give everyone a chance to participate in a fun and exciting way.“

This is an amazing opportunity for my students to be engaged and excited about accessing learning content in a new way. It would be amazing if you could support our classroom through an investment in this fundraiser. Any investment, regardless of size, would make a huge difference in bringing these resources into the hands of my students. If you are not able to contribute, please consider sharing this on social media. Thank you so much in advance on behalf of our classroom community for your continued support.

You can see the breakdown in our fundraising page below.

Here is the breakdown of our goal of $184.54 for PEEQ

PEEQ Standard QBall System (x1)$179.00
WePay payment processing fee$5.54
Total goal amount$184.54

Back Up Plan

If we do not reach our goal I will purchase...alternative seating options for my classroom. 

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Comments (2)

Cynthia Tipps November 27, 2018

I am so proud of my former 4th grade student and teaching peer. Cathy is a dedicated and loving teacher to her students.

Laura Rosentreter September 22, 2018

The kids will love using this microphone in class! Everyone will be wanting a chance to share out.

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About the Creator

I am a first grade teacher in Illinois at a rural school that has 52% of the students who are in the free or reduced lunch program. I build a community in my classroom and have a strong school family.