Belgium
We want to contact shops in the neighbourhood of Turnhout to ask them if we can use their food surpluses. With all these donations and together with a big group of volunteers we can feed more then 100 pauperized peolple. We hope that shops will give more and more food away in the future for the benefit of those who need it.
Belgium
SJT Friday the 13th Challenge Turnhout, VAN Belgium See map: Google Maps Food and Health Human Community and Human Condition Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 1 Subscribe to group ...
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United States
Create raised gardens. Educate the school population on recycling their food scraps. Compost
United States
Our project will allow our students to build an additional resource for our classroom. We are hoping to create a composting and creepy crawler station. This station will allow students to observe and study the various stages of composting as well as experience and interact with live insects, worms, and other native species within the classroom.
United States
We start by mapping the garden and then asking the children what they want their garden to do (functions) and look like. Here is our club schedule 2:45: Attendance and healthy snack (to be provided, if your child has no water bottle, we will remind the children to drink from the water fountain) 3:00 Lesson on planting for the fall 3:15 Planting garlic bulbs, rhubarb and blueberries 3:45 Tidy up the garden 4:00 Dismissal Last week we harvested sweet potatoes with youth leader Olivia Colombo who came from Massachusetts and talked to the children about the Jane Goodall Foundation. Here is the link to that video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnUVdOGBOys&feature=youtu.be October 26 November 9 Meetings on (4) four Wednesdays in the Spring March 29 April 26 May 10 (May Plant Sale) May 24]
United States
My project will build strong relationships between my students through collaboration. Throughout the fall STEM semester, students will produce a grand project that will be displayed in a STEM after school fair.
United States
Our project will construct a compost bin, remove all dead plant matter from the garden for composting, examine the school for any materials that could be composted instead of thrown away.
United States
We have lined up a series of speakers to address the children of our community. Speakers include public service figures from various areas such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), various Embassy officials, physicians, NASA, and other organizations. The lectures will be targeted to elementary age children. The children are encouraged to ask questions and provide suggestions for how to improve our world. We plan to record the talks and publish the transcript for all to share.
United States
Through this program, students, educators and the community will be involved in hands-on inquiry-based learning that is directly linked to our curriculum. Program supporters will be involved in measuring growth, monitoring weather conditions, researching and reading about plants and writing about their findings. Students will integrate technology through the use of iPad to record growth, document through pictures and produce presentations using different applications. Students will also create boards to share with the global Discovery Education Network community about their program, skills obtained, and the results. We also have local farmers and garden clubs who have volunteered to mentor and present to the program. Our program will encourage healthy eating habits as well as meeting many standards and objectives within the S.T.E.M and common core framework.

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