Textbook Table Teacher
What things are like in the classroom.
You will find an eraser in the classroom.
Maps and magic markers are things in the classroom. Additional things in the classroom include microscope, musical instruments and manila folders.
You can find classroom tables at http://edufurniture.com/. You can also find chairs and desks there.
Some things found in a classroom that begin with Q are quizzes and questions!
a teachers desk,a students desk, and a students chair
Alphabet, art pencils, anti-bacterial wipes and an atlas are things in the classroom. They begin with the letter a.
In a classroom you can find illiteracy, imagination, index cards, information and an instructor. They begin with the letter i.
Its like a classroom because its the place where students learn things
Everything is made out of matter so everything in your classroom is matter.
Students study x-rays in a classroom at a medical school. Students study the xylophone in a classroom at a music school.
The teachers role in a classroom is to help you learn about the things you want to know, help you in anything.
to learn many things about the topic
A yardstick is found in the classroom. It begins with the letter y.
In a classroom situation the teacher has primary responsibility for the health and safety of all in the classroom, in the sence of things going on in the room that might impact health and safety.
You may be able to find a classroom table at your local furniture store. Local carpenters can also custom make a classroom table.
There may be a Helium atom or two and some diatomic atoms, but just about anything in the classroom is made of molecules.
Ring binders, room mothers, rubber bands and rulers are things in a classroom. They begin with the letter r.
Instructors, index cards, information and imagination are found in a classroom. They begin with the letter i.
A teacher can use a computer in a classroom to input grades, and calculate students averages. They can also be used along with a projector to show things up on a screen in the room, and they can be used to find interesting assignments on the internet.
In the pencil-holder of dread, perhaps. ...look for it on the Desk of Horror in the Classroom of Misfortune ;-)
A meter (m) would be used to measure the width of your classroom
bulletin boards are one example.
Basically everything and anything that is matter is composed of atoms. This would mean that literally, everything, in a classroom is made of atoms.