On the Fourth of July, DonorsChoose enthusiasts were tempted with an offer we couldn't refuse. Just follow @craignewmark on Twitter and receive a $10 code for DonorsChoose to support classrooms with children from military families. Sounds easy enough. Right? As an educator and member of DonorsChoose, it is always great to give back. Thank you to @craignewmark for this campaign and I look forward to more great news about your mission. This Blog Is Why getting the code was easy, finding the project to support not so much.
So, how did I solve my problem? Interested teachers were encouraged to enter a contest with simple rules: 1) "Like" the MsClassNSession Facebook blogger page 2) Comment with a link to your project. View the video below to see the winner:
I wish I could do more to support these classrooms and help them get funded. One of the ways that I have been able to get my own projects funded is by sharing, sharing, sharing. So, as an additional show of support, I am sharing all of the projects entered in the contest through my blog and social media platforms.
**Fully Funded** Project: Being The Best Me I Can Be
**Fully Funded** Project: Tolerating Each Other, And That Sound a Chalkboard Makes
Project: Seeing Is Believing--Impairment Goggles (Will expire soon)
**Fully Funded** Project: Experiencing Life Through the eReader
**Fully Funded** Project: We Need a Rug for a Comfy Place to Sit
**Fully Funded** Project: One Chance. One Dream. One Team.
**Fully Funded** Project: Carpeto Equipo
**Fully Funded** Project: StoryWorks for Small Group
**Fully Funded** Project: Hands on Learning to Start Our Day (Donations are matched)
Project: Learning Innovative Techniques In Our Reading
Best of Luck for funding your projects! #kidsdeserveit