My students wanted to work with animals this year. They made 50 "Adopt Me" bandanas and donated them to the Humane Society. Thanks to you we were able to buy needed supplies for our FCCLA project this year.
The Kids in Need Foundation supplied a grant to our school so we could purchase supplies and materials to create a rock garden. Each rock created represented the uniqueness of each child and correlated with our "No Place For Hate" program. Thank you for the generous donation!
Kids in Need Foundation's Grant for classroom materials at A.C.Moore has provided my students the opportunity to experience art projects with materials that are normally too expensive to purchase with basic instructional supply money. I try to choose materials that pair well with art lessons that teach about global cultures and brings another perspective into my student's realm of knowledge. My students have really enjoyed the materials provided by the grant.
I'm beyond grateful for the amazing opportunity the Kids in Need Foundation provided my special needs preschoolers this school year! We were able to dig into an exploration of the ocean and create a model which allowed our students to build tolerances to sensitivities to various materials while learning about various ocean life. Thank you for your support of little learners!!
Awesome, just awesome! I got a grant from AC Moore, and I used the grant to purchase styrofoam pyramids. We decorated them with sequins, paper mache, colored paper. The children really enjoyed it and it was a wonderful end to our Ancient Egypt unit. We did it with First Grade!
Student ownership and initiative are two of the biggest struggles in the classroom environment. Kids In Need Foundation greatly helps me as a teacher get them excited about learning. It provides items I can use as incentive or reward, or as an extension of key skills and objectives we are learning in the classroom. Thank you for helping teachers with out of pocket expenses to make learning successful and fun!
On June 5th., dads were invited to spend time in their child's classroom. Thanks to the Kids In Need Foundation, my young learners worked on a craft with their dads in honor of Father's Day. In addition, the students played with other materials provided by this foundation. Parent involvement provides many benefits. It gives parents an opportunity to see first hand how their child spends their day and also helps build a bridge of learning.
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GOLD PANNING: Gold was discovered in California on January 24, 1848. Most of the gold found was small pieces. Gold miners used science to separate the gold from the sand. They knew that gold was heavier than sand. Gold miners swirled water and sand in pans.The heavy nuggets would be left behind. However, few miners found gold and became rich. Most of the settlers never discovered gold, but they found a new life in California. The settlers helped the U.S. grow. Each student in class Z22 at P.233Q tried planning to find their own '"gold nuggets'". Like gold miners, students swirled water and sand in pan,the heavy nuggets were left behind. What fun thing to learn during the Westward Expansion!
Kids In Need Foundation is a great non profit organization. They are very easy to work with and provide a service for the teachers and their scholars. Through the organization, I was able to purchase materials for the scholars to complete their science projects, exit projects and materials for community service day. Included are some photos of the materials and the scholars at work. 5 stars Organization!!
This foundation was great! I was able to get my students new bright colored markers, trifolds in bright colors and glitter! They were very excited for the new materials!!
Through this organization I am able to obtain materials for my Math class to help with hands-on learning. Not all students respond to the same learning style. Kinesthetic learners need manipulatives to help them master math skills. I am able to purchase various items to assist students and present learning in a different way.
Excellent! I was able to purchase items to enhance my students learning experience.
I received a grant for my second grade classroom. I was so excited because I have wanted to create a STEAM Club and I finally had the money to start it up. I have had such great feedback from kids and parents. THANK YOU Kids in Need Foundation....I truly appreciated the generosity you showed my students.
I would love to add a photo but all of my photos have students who are not allowed to be photographed. My apologies.
I've been blessed to get donations for a school project two years in a row. Without their help, the projects could not have been possible. 255 of my students were able to create artwork about Holocaust survivors that impacted the entire school body because they have been displayed in the administration building.
They are extremely supportive in providing financial assistance to the students in my district who receive Title 1 funds. Without their help, special projects would not happen. They enable us to foster the creativity in our students through providing materials we cannot always afford.
Kids in Need Foundation is a wonderful organization. I applied for a grant sponsored by Kids in Need and AC Moore. I wrote the grant for materials that my students could use with our class green screen. I was awarded a $100 gift card to the closest AC Moore. It was a wonderful experience and brought so much joy and creativity into my classroom. The supplies will last for multiple years. I will be forever appreciative.
Kids In Need Foundation has made it possible for inner city students who lack the financial resources to research, explore and create various works of art about Native American Tribes. The students were not only able to read and research information but they were able to create visuals to fully grasp and experience the culture of the various Native American tribes. This was an engaging hands-on project that the students enjoyed very much. They were enthusiastic and eager to learn about the various Native American Tribes and most of all loved creating the art activities. This was all possible because of this amazing organization!
Thank you for the grant I received to fund my "Artists in the Classroom Club" this past school year! Students kindergarten through second grade got to learn about techniques famous artists used, and then tried the techniques out on their own. We studied and learned about Piet Mondrain, Claude Monet, Wassily Kandinsky, Jackson Pollock and Georgia O'Keeffe. Students used a variety of materials in their art works. Thank you for your support!
I teach at a school where my students are faced with challenges every day. The district is part of the county with the highest poverty rate in North Carolina. As a teacher, I try throughout the year to provide opportunities for my students that would not normally have the ability to do. That means that I spend a lot of my money to buy supplies for them. By having the Kids In Need Foundation grant, I was able to get supplies for our project relating to the novel study that our district was doing without spending my own money. I am grateful for the foundation and their willingness to support children who are not always able to experience many opportunities on a daily basis.
I have been able to help so many students with assistance from Kids in Need Foundation. I have received 2 grants through AC Moore with funding from KINF. These grants allowed my students to express themselves creatively without having to worry about limiting what they used. I've also been able to help my students with supplies received through Teacher Supply Closet in Charleston, SC which has received donations from KINF. This operation has allowed me to provide basic school supplies to my students without having to use my own money. I am extremely grateful to Kids in Need Foundation for their help. My students are as well!
With the help of the grant we were able to complete bullying posters that allowed students to show the many ways to deter bullying in society and schools. We even entered into a district competition and one of our students won for the middle years level in the city of Philadelphia. The Kids In Need Foundation is an asset and should be cherished for the work they do and allow us to do with their assistance.