United States
The member of the club will read and research about famous girls and women who have shown bravery and grit in their lives and in their passions. They will conduct projects and activities based on the information they learn that will help to strengthen their self esteem, their perseverance and their community engagement (sharing projects with the school and town community).
United States
I want my project to encourage everybody who can to start helping elephants. Just spreading the word about anti-elephant poaching would help. I have been making speeches, putting up flyers, and sending emails to my family and friends and I will continue to do that but I need help so please do what you can to save elephants!
New Zealand
We don't know yet.
United States
Every year we look forward to making these edible necklaces for the chimpanzees at the Chimps, Inc sanctuary in Bend, Oregon. We hope to increase our awareness of the problems with wild animals being used by the entertainment industry, drug companies, and being raised in people's homes. It feels good to bring some joy into these chimps lives. The necklaces are made with cherrios, dried fruit (figs, apples, two kinds of dates, raisins) and natural jute string. Before making the necklaces, we learned about the individual chimps at the sanctuary, as well as their distinctive personalities. They each have a sad story of abuse and neglect prior to arriving at Chimps, Inc. Sancturary.
United States
Vegetarianism is a domino affect. Shortly after I became vegetarian, my mom, followed. I've learned that by example alone can be an inspiration. People see that it can be done and I believe it jars their conscience. So I plan to continue to politely (and sometimes not so much) defend why one should not eat animals and affect more people by eating healthy without meat and showing that we do not need to eat animals. Even one animal saved is worth it!
My project will stop sharks from extinction. I will attempt to write to Michelle Obama and her to help me stop illegal poaching in the United States. No more shark fin soup!
United States
We will have a special Dr. Goodall Day at the Mid-America Science Museum devoted to teaching youth about her life, work, accomplishments, and goals for the future. We will read several books about her and let the kids choose an activity they would like to emulate as Dr. Jane did in the Gombe. Observational skills with handmade binoculars will be a project in which they get to search areas around the museum they think they might find a chimp! After a day of learning and creating birthday cards for Dr. Goodall, the kids will celebrate!
United States
We will be adding a butterfly garden to a nearby park by creating a protected area that monarchs will be able to grow and flourish in.
United States
Decorate our classroom door during Reading Week! Teach all the students about in our school about what is happening to the chimps and other animals around the world. Children will see our door, learn about Jane Goodall and her work and sign a petition to do what they can to help the chimps. We will also collect donations to help save the chimps and their environment.
United States
Our project will utilize unused land next to our school garden to plant native plants in our new pollinator garden. Our garden will both educate our community about plants native to colorado and provide habitat for species like birds, butterflies and bees who are critical to our environment.

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