My students need his/her own copy of an age-appropriate magazine that captures photography and science at its most spectacular!
This project expired on February 8, 2014.
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Imagine how exciting it would be if each student had their own magazine to read through and explore based on science? Our school is working towards engaging our students in science. In addition to teaching, students need the non-fiction support with real life photos that bring science to life.
My students are gifted (Discovery) in grades 1-5.
Our program is publicly funded in Georgia and we strive for excellence. They absorb so much information and would like the opportunity to use more quality resources for their exposure. They love to share their opinions about the world and I would like to take topics that are relevant and age-appropriate to further their knowledge on different topics.
If we are awarded these magazines which I am requesting, we can deepen our understanding of science, keep up with the latest advances and spark much needed conversations about science and our world. The students are very appreciative of any extra resources that further their knowledge. This magazine is more than glossy paper; it's a way to open up their imaginations and get them thinking about bigger issues that are a part of their future.
My goal is to be able to provide these resources to my students by inviting them to visualize how our world uses science.
Hopefully, I will inspire them to take a global look at science and appreciate its valued purpose in our world.
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