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We aim to accomplish our goals by creating an activity book for young children. This activity book, created by members, will be engaging and fun, filled with puzzles, games, and important facts. We hope to pass out these activity books by setting up a booth at the city's annual Earth Day Festival. To attract people to come up to our booth, we will create an Earth Day Ball Game where young children playing will get an activity book and all children and winners will also get a globe key chain.
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One of the students from the Engineering Club will ride a bicycle to generate enough electricity to power a cell phone. The motor attached to the bicycle serves as a generator where human movement produces electricity. The details of our project are currently being investigated, but the estimated cost of this project will be close to $200. We are going to assess the energy output of riding a bicycle for one hour. Then, we will use the data to convince gyms that they could become eco-friendly by using regular bikes for spinning classes and connecting those bikes to motors. One of our classmates will produce a video for us to share on social media.
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We will be providing free summer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) sessions for kids that will introduce them to key concepts through hands-on fun experiments. We will also teach them how to use library materials to research questions.
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I am planning to gather from the students their family cost of energy usage both in terms of heating/cooling, electricity and transport. I would then have the students do a mapping of their community land for all the renewable sources of energy; a land that is blessed with 365 days of sunshine, and heavy winds apart from green oasis. Then I would do experiments for making solar cells from kitchen materials and wind mill prototype!
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Make a video to show how easy it is to compost everyday at home. Spread the message and sell biodegradable 3 gallon food water bags to raise money to become a chimpanzee guardian.
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Our original idea was to make a completely recycled tree so we could educate the public on deforestation. We then branched out into Leaves for Trees. By reaching out to Whole Foods we secured sponsorship for our project. For every leaf someone put on our tree, Whole Foods would donate 1 dollar to Roots and Shoots. We then donated the money to Plant-it 2020, an organization that plants 1 indigenous tree for every 1 dollar donated.
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The first step in the process was to complete a long survey of our school (Tom McCall Upper Elementary- Forest Grove) covering the topics of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle | Integrated Pest Management | Indoor Air Quality | Non-Toxic Products. We first had to get approval of the Administration Site Council. When this was done, we formed a committee of 5 members to interview our counselor to get the needed information.
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The march will be on Wednesday, April 22. 2015. The assembly will be Monday May 18, 2015. The clean up will be friday May 29, 2015
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Our project will teach kids that they can come together in their communities and plant seeds in their homes or even in their schools. We have asked our classmates in school and at home to help us gather recyclable bottles and yogurt containers. After we collected, we sorted, cut holes for the water to drain, and even added string to some of the planters. In the end, we will attend a harvest festival and get kids and family members involved and do a hands on activity. We will assist the kids in making their own little planter to have in their homes. The kids who participate in this we learn that doing things like having little planters we help us in having fresh air and it would look beautiful in a home.
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This project will make the world a better place.

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