Did you know?An aluminum can is recycled and back on the shelves as a new can in as little as 60 days.
If there ever was a time to spread kindness, it is NOW!
Each teen/tween can earn up to 2 hours of community service. Everyone will learn how to create 3 signs with a message of kindness. They will learn different types of lettering and a few drawing tricks. All they will need is markers and tape. In order to earn the community service credit they need to show a picture of the posters hanging up where others can see them. An easy location is in your front window and perhaps your local library or school.
Appropriate for grades 4 and up
$225 for 15 teens/tweens
$250 for 15 to go kits with video link
Together, Leslie & I created a workshop that combined curriculum with a creative twist for my students. The models and materials presented to the students generated excitement and inspiration so they could try new things in their own construction process. The discussion about the importance of recycling gave the students something to think about. Each child completed their travel log with confidence. They are currently using them to enrich their country research assignment. The skills they learned could be used in future projects. Leslie was wonderful to work with; cooperative as well as a creative and flexible thinker. I look forward to working with her again.Sherri Winick – Project Challenge Teacher at Mattlin Middle School, Plainview
To book this program:
By Phone: 516-695-9071
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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