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Students have organized a baked goods and bracelet sale to be held at the elementary school's Spring Play.
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After reading the book "The One and Only Ivan" by Katherine Applegate my second grade students were eager to spread the word that animals deserve an inviting habitat or home to live in. Ivan is a caged animal in Katherine's book and the book is written in his perspective. He tells about his desire for himself and his elephant friend to be home and not be in a tiny cage. Help share what animals would want to say if they could speak by making animal posters, green screen videos or even using apps to spread the word about what animals would want us to hear about the unfair cages and treatment they experience in the entertainment industry. Put a speech bubble with your poster and share what they want for a home or habitat. Share these posters , videos etc. and speak up for the animals.
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My project will educate other kids at my school on multiple ways that they can create an environment to support bee populations. I will transform an acre of my yard into a few different areas that will appeal to bees. I will take pictures to use in my school presentation and make a video discussing some ways our global food supply would be affected without pollinators and give some helpful facts to show my classmates how even doing a little can help a lot.
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Students will make and hang bird feeders made of local decomposable materials using pinecones, peanut butter and bird seed.
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The 5 girls who proposed the plan to a teacher got a response from Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful and the Environmental Protection Commission. Our PTSO is helping to recruit volunteers. Our project will pull debris from the canal on Saturday, April 27th of 2019. We hope to get a "water goat" to catch further debris from traveling down stream from our location.
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My project will be monthly Bay Trail cleanups with a coalition of Amelia Earhart Elementary School, Lincoln Middle School and Alameda High School students, as well as any community members who want to join. Every month, on low-tide days, we will walk to the Bay Trail with buckets, trash-grabbers, gloves, and a wagon. We shall proceed to pick up trash and debris for two hours. We will also weight all the trash we pick up and compile the data to send to the NOAA. My project will build fellowship between people of different backgrounds and help our students be protectors of our waters. Additionally, as there is a bird sanctuary right next to the Bay Trail, my project will protect its inhabitant by keeping the shared waters clean and sanitary for avian habitats.
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The animal kindness club art class painted orcas and discussed the importance of orcas being free in the wild
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Children in my class painted orcas and we posted it on Facebook and Instagram
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We will be watching parts from Our Planet series to break down the concept in a fun but educational way.
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A group of students researched potential causes of red tide and were shocked to discover that runoff from fertilizers might contribute to increased and more severe red tides, a naturally occurring phenomena. They decided to create a YouTube video to educate other students as well as present to our second graders.

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