Canada
Me and 9 Girls will paint Sunflower pots and plant Sunflowers! We will show that we need natures bloom and beauty! Let it Bloom!
Canada
Our team will be working with a group of children, we will buy wooden bird houses, and we will paint them and hang them in nature spots.
United States
Students will develop action plans to create water awareness in their communities. They will test water and do service like picking up trash, and or planting more green spaces in order to absorb water that typically floods our water systems during times of rain.
United States
We will plant wildflowers on different unused plots of land around our school. We will track the amount of bees and butterflies in our school's ecosystem and try to increase the population of helpful pollinators. We will also present information to our school community about the declining honey bee and monarch populations and offer ideas to our community about what we can do to help.
United States
My students will plant a butterfly garden on our school grounds.
United States
Our students will create and construct the bird feeders and bird bath(s). They will also have the opportunity to decorate these to add color to our garden. Students will also construct and decorate mosaic stepping stones that will beautify our garden space. They will be given the opportunity to be creative and use their imagination to create a mosaic design. Our school is located within a neighborhood community and the garden is accessible to the community. The students will be able to share this project with their family, peers and community. Our hope is to create a space that inspires the students and the surrounding community.
Malaysia
Spread awareness about shark fin soup. Stop people from selling shark fin soup.
United States
This project will get the garden ready for the new plants by cutting back the dead plants. The garden is supposed to attract butterflies and bees, our pollinators.
Canada
Our project will strive to create a healthy habitat. We will visit the conservatory to learn more about butterflies. We will study our environment and how it will support the butterfly requirements. We will record our findings and make a butterfly log.
United States
The timeline is about 3 months, which we started by brainstorming and researching. We have been looking at different models for bird feeders that we can build. We will re-use various materials that otherwise would be thrown out as trash to make our bird feeders. We have brainstormed various questions we have such as whether different kinds of food attract different birds and what kinds of birds are good to attract in our area. We will continue to research about birds, bird feeders, and bird food and decide on models of bird feeders to build. We will present a proposal to the principal to get permission to implement this project, and this will enable the students to put together an organized presentation describing our project, the rationale, and how it will benefit our school community. Guided and facilitated by their teacher, students will read, discuss, use information they gather through research to answer questions, make decisions, organize the information and use the information to support their positions, and create something lasting to benefit their school environment. Hopefully, once the project has been implemented, students will present to various classes or perhaps even to the school. Students can talk about the project as well as how people should interact with birds they observe at the bird feeders.

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