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Featured Grants For Grades K - 5
 

Elementary schools from throughout the United States received grants up to $1,000 for project-based learning in science and mathematics. Below are descriptions of funded projects and a sample list of recent awardees.

 

Air Base Elementary School (Homestead, FL)
Nurturing Environmental Stewards of Today and Tomorrow (NESTT), is project-based learning encouraging environmental stewardship and place-based learning through collaboration between the school and community environmental experts. The focus of the project is two-fold Read More...

Ancillae-Assumpta Academy (Wyncote, PA)
This elementary electricity project explores simple circuits by demonstrating how batteries and flashlights operate Read More...

Beaufort Elementary (Beaufort, NC)
Fifth grade students will use inquiry based experiments to learn about the Forces of Motion Read More...

Cedar Rapids Community School District (Cedar Rapids, IA)
ALEKS, a research based technology program developed at New York University and the University of California, Read More...

Eagle County School District (Eagle, CO)
NASA's Farming in Space program will be incorporated into the 5th grade curriculum by providing students with Plant Light House units that simulate biomass production as is currently utilized at the International Space Station Read More...

Lexington School (Maywood, IL)
Students at Lexington will study the "Wondrous World of Wolves." Read More...

Madeira Elementary School (Cincinnati, OH)
Students will be engaged in a high-interest, hands-on, STEM- related lesson with the introduction of a multi-disciplinary unit of study called "Amusement Park Math and Science." Read More...

Marion Bedwell (Bernardsville, NJ)
The "Sketchbook Scientists" project for fourth grade students is a cross-curricular project that integrates New Jersey standards in the subjects of Science, Visual Arts and Language Arts Read More...

McNair Elementary School (Herndon, VA)
"Finch for Fun - Robotics Made Easy" is extensive STEM programming to meet the needs of the changing population in the area Read More...

Montessori School of Huntsville (Huntsville, AL)
"The Power of Nature" is a program to improve science education at the Montessori School of Huntsville by offering information and a variety of experiments about energy in general and the use of solar  Read More...

Saint Mary Star of the Sea (Hampton, VA)
This school implemented a new Marine Science program which takes advantage of the school's location on the shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay to teach environmental and earth science principles Read More...

Sanborn Elementary School (Alpena, MI)
"Rusty Raiders" is an early STEM learning experience for fifth grade students at Sanborn. Rusty crayfish have invaded much of Michigan and about 20 other states Read More...

Sand Hill Elementary (Belfair, WA)
Teachers will create Math workshop kits for their 3rd and 4th graders at Sand Hill Elementary Read More...

Santa Clarita Valley (Castaic CA)
Students will engage in active and extended scientific inquiry as they explore the use of ramps, levers, gears and pulleys in the building of an amusement park Read More...

Shiloh Christian School (Bismarck, ND)
"Investigative Fun with 100" will allow Kindergarten students to investigate and create different ways to celebrate the number 100 Read More...

Sunset Elementary School (San Francisco, CA)
Teaming up with a parent who is a Physics teacher, students will study electricity using the CASTLE Electricity curriculum, well known for its conceptual approach to not only understanding WHAT is happening in a circuit but WHY Read More...

TR Paul Academy of Arts and Knowledge (Fort Collins, CO)
This school aims to provide an innovative way for third through fifth graders to learn scientific and mathematical principles using Leonardo Da Vinci discoveries Read More...

Trinity Episcopal School (Charlotte, NC)
Second graders at this independent school outside downtown Charlotte will volunteer at a local community garden in an economically disadvantaged neighborhood Read More...

 
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