Teacher Transforms Desks Into Socially Distanced ‘Trucks’ to Make Classroom Fun Rather Than Scary

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As we slowly start returning back to normality, certain precautions need to be put in place to prevent us from plummeting back to ground zero.

Unfortunately, as schools re-open, they can be a daunting place, particularly for younger children.

So one teacher went out of her way to make her classroom fun rather than scary…

Despite these subtle changes, there finally seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel.

With things beginning to reopen again.

This is very important because we need to stop the spread of the virus.

Including here in the U.S.

For example, in some retail stores like Costco, customers are required to wear one. And not to mention on public transport.

To provide them with peace of mind. I mean, that seems to be a good idea. Along with that, people are carrying around bottles of hand sanitizer and wet wipes.

Not only are they in short supply, after most countries in the world are requiring PPE.

Particularly when they are worn for a long period of time.

But the uncomfortable nature is a small price to pay for the safety they could provide.

Both for themselves and for essential workers, as they are not being provided with enough.

Healthline describes them as “crucial in the fight against the pandemic.” They stressed that this rule is to protect others and not yourself. Wearing a mask reduces the transmission of the disease by at least half.

Which can make places pretty daunting, especially for young children returning to school.

Jennifer Birch Pierson, a kindergarten teacher from Texas decided to create socially distanced “truck desks” to make her class that little bit better for students.

Alongside the picture, it read “No playing. Masks all day. Six feet apart at all times.”

These visors are car windscreens and the desks have been turned into trucks with a little bit of cardboard and paint.

“Thankfully, there are educators, like Jennifer Birch Pierson, a Kindergarten teacher from Texas, who are making lemonade from some very sour lemons and making their classrooms as welcoming and comforting as possible for our littlest learners.”

“Those students who enter her classroom may have a tough time, but clearly they are in the hands of a caring teacher, and that’s something all parents can be grateful for.”

Not to mention the praise received in the comments.

And another agreed writing “I’ve always marveled at the way teachers decorate their classrooms. I bet the kids will just be happy to be there with friends”

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