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The students will create a folk art inspired clay sculpture or paintings of a chosen endangered animal. Prior to creating their clay sculptures, the students will learn all about endangered animals and possible solutions to save these animals by raising funds and donation them to the World Wild Life Fund, ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) and Jane Goodall Institute. Each student will select one endangered animal to research through visits to our school library. In groups based on their chosen animal, students will work together to create a poster about their endangered animal; spreading awareness to their school and community. The students completed posters, paintings and clay sculptures will be available for sale in exchange for a donation at our school’s fundraising events. Proceeds from the fundraisers will be donated to the World Wild Life Fund and Jane Goodall Institute.
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This Project is to go to places around Puerto Rico and show this Documentary and raise money for Sancturies of Puerto Rico.
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I will put up videos! Not give to any organizations that test medicines on animals (i would like you viewers to do this too)! I will also protest on this very sight and across the internet! And do you know why I will do this? Because animals are just as intelligent, magnificent, and beautiful as humans!
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On Saturday, 16 April, NY is a Great Place to Bee! Worker Bees will teach 62 girls from Kindergarten through 5th grade (and some of their parents) about bees, how they live, why they are important, what is threatening them, and how we all can help at an Earth Day celebration at Camp Addisone Boyce in Tomkins Cove, NY! There will be interactive games to learn about bee communication such as pheremones and how honey bees communicate by dancing, and there will be a honey making activity that involves girls pretending to be bees gathering "nectar" (water) and "pollen" (yellow pompoms) from specially designed "flowers." There will also be a presentation to the whole gathering on ways to help bees, so they can pick their "Way to Bee!"
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Project Next Generation, an international youth organization, holds tuition-free social science workshops for middle school students around the globe. Project Next Generation workshops are centered around: -Volunteerism & Leadership Development -Environmental Conservation -Science, Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) -Journalism -Aviation & National Security -Cross-Cultural Understanding & Peacemaking -College Readiness -Diplomacy & Global Citizenship
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Roots and Shoots classes runs once a week. Every week the kids will learn about different animals and why they are getting extinct. After every class, the kids have to write down what they've learnt in the computer and talk about it on video. By the end of the 2 months, the video will then be put together to create an Endangered animals awareness video and it will uploaded on youtube for other people to see.
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We made a book about what kids and their families can do at home to help tigers, even though they live far away. We will put one copy of the book in our school library and pass out other copies to the other children in our school. We hope that people will change their habits at home to help tigers in the wild, who are struggling to survive.
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We will create bear stuffed animals made out of recycled materials and sell them as gifts. All proceeds will go to helping endangered species. We will start with the polar bear and write a fun-sized children's picture book that comes along with the gift on climate change and what children can do to make a difference.
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We plan to have bake sale to raise money for the Buy No Rhino organization. We will create posters to advertise for the event. We will create a skit, iMovies, bookmarks and a song to raise awareness and support the rhinos. We will post these on the blog, share them during the bake sale and share the presentations at the school assembly.
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100% of the proceeds we receive from this book will go to our charity, Closer Than You Know, in partnership with the International Anti-Poaching Foundation protecting High Priority Endangered Species throughout the world!

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