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These materials will allow my students to go above and beyond our curriculum! They will be used to combine social studies, math, science, and language arts into massive projects that will engage my gifted learners! My students will plan real world uses for their projects and develop marketing campaigns for these products. Students will design solar powered cars for another student, and have to meed the needs of their target audience. They will use the programmable circuit boards to create wearable device concepts and learn computer programming. My 6th grade TAG students really need the additional challenges that these materials will offer. They are craving extra challenge, and I just can't afford to fund it myself. Please support us in our plan to allow these kids to develop their problem solving skills and work on their computational learning. They will be your employees of the future!! Please support my curious learners!!!

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These materials will allow my students to go above and beyond our curriculum! They will be used to combine social studies, math, science, and language arts into massive projects that will engage my gifted learners! My students will plan real world uses for their projects and develop marketing campaigns for these products. Students will design solar powered cars for another student, and have to meed the needs of their target audience. They will use the programmable circuit boards to create wearable device concepts and learn computer programming. My 6th grade TAG students really need the additional challenges that these materials will offer. They are craving extra challenge, and I just can't afford to fund it myself. Please support us in our plan to allow these kids to develop their problem solving skills and work on their computational learning. They will be your employees of the future!! Please support my curious learners!!!

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