Kids in Need Foundation
March 27, 2011
Thanks to the Kids-In-Need Foundation, 200 second grade children at my impoverished school learned about the human body by making pasta skeletons, spines they got to eat made of hard and gummy lifesavers, stethoscopes made from funnels and tubing, and "thinking caps" made from surgical caps labeled with the functions if each part of the brain. NONE of this would have been possible without this grant. THANK YOU KINF!!!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
...my own classroom, where ten different classes came for science instruction and left with knowledge, visual reminders they created and got to keep, and a love and enthusiasm for science.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Not change a thing.
Client Served & I taught all of the 2nd grade children at my school about the human body.