One of the greatest barriers preventing our youth from experiencing the public lands around them is lack of transportation and funding for activities. The goal of the Every Kid in a Park Field Trip Grants program is to provide efficient transportation support for 4th grade students to visit our national parks and other public lands to engage the youth in meaningful activities once there.

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Lowe’s Toolbox for Education® Grants
Lowe’s Toolbox for education: Funding for school/community improvements.

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Does your classroom desperately need free school supplies? The Teacher Supply Boxes program focuses on our core mission of providing essential school supplies to the classrooms of children most in need. If you teach in a school where the rate of free and reduced lunch is 70% or higher, we may be able to help! Successful applicants will receive TWO large boxes containing a predetermined assortment of essential items, including pencils, scissors, paper, and notebooks.

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Raise money for your classroom by hosting a donation drive.

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Resource for classroom funding.

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Free online library for teachers and students, full of American History.
From archaeology to documentary analysis, research underpins the entire Revolutionary City experience. Use the links below to discover our latest findings and learn how they shape Colonial Williamsburg.

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Clorox Company: Educational grants for literacy and STEM projects.

Application deadlines are July 1, October 1, January 1 and April 1.

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Grants to support ecoSOLUTION, ecoTECH and ecoSTEM Projects. Various deadlines.

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Do you remember your first day of kindergarten? Was it exciting, or were you nervous or anxious? Did you or your mother cry? Hopefully it was a great experience for you!

Friedrich Froebel started the first kindergarten in 1837 in Germany. It was very popular, beginning with a half day and soon becoming a full day, teaching children academics, and social interaction in a fun and educational manner.

Heather Morgan teaches kindergarten at Arizona Desert Elementary in Tolleson. Morgan likes working with kids and loves it when they begin to learn and understand.

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