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For this project, the students will collect their resource i.e. used papers from the school and convert them to the magnificent swift species. The swift species will be collected and pasted on the wall, where everyone could see and learn about their conservation.
United States
We will collect electronic devices during the month of February to show love for our environment, animals, and people of the world. It will be our Valentine gift to the planet and its inhabitants. Collection bins will be placed at the entrances of each classroom and letters to parents will be sent out to each family informing them of our project and how they can help. The total amount of the devices will be counted and recorded by the preschoolers. The devices collected will be sent for recycling the first part of March. Parents will received reminders and updates, as well as our final count through their weekly newsletters.
United States
We collected winter clothes (hats, snowpants, jackets, etc.) in boxes around our school. We got four big bags of clothes and donated it to a local Homeless Shelter.
United States
My project will protect animals from eating any chemical or small pieces of trash. I will use gloves and trash bags to pick up all the trash lying around in and outside of our neighborhood.
United States
Our project will buy more compost tumblers and worm bins to use more cafeteria food scraps and classroom paper products.
United States
Girls Science Interactive is a youth-led nonprofit organization that provides free STEM summer camps and other programs for elementary and middle school girls to spark their interest in science. We hope to show young girls that science can be fun and exciting by performing hands on activities to explore many STEM areas, including engineering, chemistry, and astronomy. We want to show them that science and engineering fields are not only meant for boys and that they can pursue these careers if they continue showing interest and work towards these goals. This organization runs camps in 13 states, and is still expanding to help solve the lack of female representation in STEM fields.
United States
Our project is student led and driven. Our project will give students a voice while moving towards making Poly a clean and waste free campus. It will engage the entire Poly community with the different recyclable units stationed throughout campus, and will help us to achieve our goals of zero waste.
United States
We will have all the kids in all the apartment complexes around us to plant gardens that will grow the tomatoes, green peppers, spinach, broccoli, lettuce, spices, carrots, strawberries, blue berries, raspberries and other food to make healthy pizza and fun salads, have them make and eat their foods, and then go deliver healthy pizza -- and garden planting kits -- to other kids in the neighborhoods who don't eat healthy or have their own gardens.
United States
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Our "Help Our Garden" project consists of beautifying our school garden by painting our wooden garden crates and making a welcoming banner to place at the entrance of the garden with the hope of attracting more visitors so they can take advantage of the fruits and vegetables that we grow there. We also help to sustain our garden by buying more seeds and gardening supplies.

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