There are many captivating picture books that build on student’s learning of Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and California Social Studies Standards. Students learn NGSS material through experiments, reading articles, writing, and discussion. However, they rarely get time to read further about what they are learning in science in a
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Caroline Piper
Grant Co-applicants
Jill Haky-Smith
Jamie Maitia
Marguerite Paras
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Truckee Elementary
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History/ Social Science
Literacy
Mathematics & Science
This program's objective is to give our students a chance to experience 8 different activities that closely simulate activities common in the life of a pioneer of the mid-1800s. The students make candles and rope, cook bread on a stick, do tin smithing, make corn husk dolls, create a charcoal
Grant Applicant
Marguerite Paras
Grant Co-applicants
Jamie Maitia
Jill Haky-Smith
Caroline Piper
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School Site
Truckee Elementary
Grant Category
History/ Social Science
Truckee Elementary 4th grade is requesting book sets to support science reading. The books are aligned with theNext Generation Science Standards (NGSS). We would like to purchase 6 sets of books that are recommended by the STEMscopes program to provide background knowledge and resources for research and investigations.
Grant Applicant
Marguerite Paras
Grant Co-applicants
Jamie Maitia
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School Site
Truckee Elementary
Grant Category
Literacy
Mathematics & Science
We are requesting the Education Packages of Rubik's Cubes. The packages contain Cubes for all students, the sequential lessons for solving, and extensions in STEM and art. From the "You can do the Cube" website: "Since its creation in 1974, the Rubik's Cube has continued to fascinate, bewilder and challenge
Grant Applicant
Marguerite Paras
Grant Co-applicants
Jamie Maitia
Grant Date
School Site
Truckee Elementary
Grant Category
Mathematics & Science
This program's objective is to give our students a chance to experience 8 different activities that closely simulate activities common in the life of a pioneer of the mid 1800s. The students make candles and rope, cook bread on a stick, do tin smithing, make corn husk dolls, do charcoal
Grant Applicant
Marguerite Paras
Grant Co-applicants
Jill Haky-Smith
Jamie Maitia
Katie Flynn
Grant Date
School Site
Truckee Elementary
Grant Category
History/ Social Science
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