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to organize and decorate your room with nature
United States
Our project will teach students how to plant shrubs and flowers and sustain them. They will experiment with color schemes, varying plant textures, and patterns to help create visually pleasing and engaging gardens within their courtyard for enjoyment and sensory enlightenment. This project will introduce to students the importance of caring and nurturing living things in order for them to be healthy and robust.
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So ether write or draw Ideas on how to help any kind of animal for example I drew a fake orca that makes orca sounds to keep dolphins away from fishing nets
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I want people to see how Inspiring Jane Goodall is.
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Our project is develop a more portable way of sending food fish to community areas for food.
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We will use recycled magazines to make paper bead necklaces, which we will then sell and donate all the proceeds.
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While teaching youth how recycling can be fun by making Valentines with recycled materials- we will, at the same time, make paper circuit hearts that light up! The kids will have original pieces of art to surprise their Valentine…. all the while learning about science, art, and technology!
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The project will expose students to areas of health disparity in their own neighborhoods, as well as organizations that are taking action to counteract the disparities. Students will then create a way to address a specific health disparity and take action to address it.
Malawi
In this project Student will be put in groups of 5 and Will be giving a tree seedling to plant and they will be taking care of. Teachers and selected community members will be trained in tree management to ensure effective monitoring and progress of the project. An amount of 4 Schools will be participating in this 1st phase and a total of 1200 seedlings are expected to be planted.
United States
Promote resourcefulness and encourage creativity. Discourage single use plastic bottles and develop a simplistic informative curriculum that focuses on shaping a child's ideology centralized on the complexities of ecology. Actively engage the children in projects that communicates this idea that the smallest contribution has the capability of affecting our environment in a larger scale. These projects will involve the kids taking initiative in "eco gardening," (not limited to this creative alternative) teaching them valuable qualities that is beneficial to their development; responsibility, perspective, and determination.

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