"Any type of color utensil-crayons, markers, map colors, pens, water colors, etc."
Although for 25 years I worked with mainly G/T students, mostly non-bilingual, I now work with Migrant students that are bilingual and often academically behind their classmates when they return to the district. I enjoy the challenge of finding materials, or adapting materials to help these students catch up and begin excelling in their classes. Sometimes, it's just making sure that they have the supplies to be able to do their work that is the difference. Teaching is still the same; working with the child where he is at this point in time and helping him get to where he needs to be.