Help me give my students Crayola Model Magic Clay to model landforms and bodies of water!
This project expired on December 14, 2018.
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I teach at an elementary school on Oahu, Hawaii. Origins of the school can be traced back to the sugar plantation days in the late 1800s. It is one of the oldest schools in our district and a very large school. We service over 1,000 students.
My school is a Title I school, meaning that over half of our students qualify for free or reduced-price lunch.
The various ethnic backgrounds of our students contribute to the rich diversity on campus.
The Crayola Model Magic Clay that I am requesting will allow my students to create models of local landforms and bodies of water. We will be starting our Earth Changes (Next Generation Science Standards) unit in which students will investigate fast and slow processes and how they shape the earth around them. As a culminating project to our learning, students will be choosing a local landform. Using the Crayola Model Magic Clay, they will create models to represent their landforms and bodies of water surrounding them. They will then present their models in class and explain how fast and/or slow processes worked to create their chosen landform.
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