We will research recipes for dog treats and purchase materials using club funds. We will then bake the treats and drop them off with a local animal shelter.
We will hold a collection drive at school and partner with clubs at our school to collect more candy for these two great causes.
Together Room 3 (Kindergarten) and Room 4 (Grade 4), will help each other to build bird feeders that help birds and other other small animals find food over the cold winter months. Once we build the bird feeders using sustainable products, we will sell them to members of our community and the money raised will go to help a local animal shelter.
My project will increase pollinator populations that are native to california by creating pollinator habitats that are filled with native plants from california and as a result promote pollinator populations because it will increase the number of plants that are specific to them. These plants will will be grown in verticle gardens and in raised beds near a raised bed vegetable garden. The pollinaotrs will pollinate the vegetable garden because they are so close in promiximity and as a result there will be a larger harvest yeild. The harvest yeild will be then donated to a local food pantry
Students will research, design, create and up-cycle bird, bee, and butterfly houses out of readily available materials and/or recyclable materials. In addition, students will research, plan, and create gardens in our school yard and community that promote bird, bee, butterfly habitats. In the spring, we hope to host a sale to sell the plants that we grow, houses that we created as well as hand out informational and DIY pamphlets on birds, bees, and butterflies and their habitats. The proceeds from this sale will be donated to support a local group in our community/city. The students of Room 32 will collaborate, mentor and teach fellow classrooms at our school to create awareness and promote small actions to protect birds, bees, and butterflies habitats and ecosystems as well as inform them on plants they can plant at home to support our little friends.
1. Choose water resistance plants or herbs - December 2. Design the pots - January 3. Purchase materials - January / February 4. Complete in Spring 2018
We will start with cleaning out the pond, removing metals from the ground, and reallocating rubble to sculptural uses. Additionally we will renovate existing buildings into classrooms and art studios. Careful records of plant and animal species will be logged.
My initial goals for the project are to identify the key issues that prevent peaceful resolution to human conflict.
Transformation of the communities
United Arab Emirates
Plant more saplings Raise awareness to save water and save electricity I will do it by asking my schoolmates and friends to assist in the club activities.