At the school in Mata Gorda, we provide toothbrushes for the kids to brush their teeth after lunch. For many of the kids, this is the only opportunity they have to brush their teeth during the day. In our classroom the toothbrushes were kept in cups on the floor beneath each child's seat. Throughout the day, the cups would get kicked and knocked over and the toothbrushes would often end up on the dirty, concrete floor. So I took on the project of sewing a toothbrush holder for the class. Each child has their own slot with their name on it. The kids loved it! On the day I brought it, they would keep coming up to it and point at their name and say, "That's mine, right there."
I am very proud of this improvement that I made to the classroom.