No MORE Trash Helping Conservation Of the Land means A better world for all of us!

Teacher Name: 
Mrs. LaGrotta/Mr.Cullen/Mrs. Martin
Teacher email: 
Images: 
No MORE  Trash  Helping Conservation  Of the Land means  A better world for all of us!
No MORE  Trash  Helping Conservation  Of the Land means  A better world for all of us!
School District: 
ft. zumwalt arch diocese St. Louis
School: 
Assumption School
Location: 
Assumption
203 W 3rd St
63366 O'Fallon , MO

Mrs. LaGrotta’s class of 23 with the help of STEM Teacher Jennifer Martin using engineering curriculum, & Science Teacher Mr. Cullen using Nature Unfolds curriculum developed their No  More Trash submission.

The class of 23 students using engineering process identified:

Why trash is a problem.

Brainstormed where it is a problem -many location-The earth, playground, oceans, etc.

The brainstorming led to each student designing and coming up with blue print for the

No More Trash Can.

After reviewing many of the blueprints the class with Mr. Cullen’s guidance decided to focus on the earth and its people.

The final Design= the earth and its habitats with the people of all cultures.

In the MO Discover Schools curriculum they have been studying habitats and learned how all habitats are webs that connect to each other. NO MORE Trash is important to keep all habitats- forest, oceans, rainforests, etc healthy; As well as all of humanity.

 

Grade Range: 
Class: 
1st Grade Nature Unfolds
Number of Participants: 
23