Many of you know that I am a school teacher. I rarely post here about that part of my life, but right now there's something very exciting going on that I'd like to share.
On August 21, the first day of school for next year, we have the chance to experience a solar eclipse with our students. I am in the process of designing a school-wide event for students grades K-8 to teach them about the mechanics of an eclipse, types of light, the scale of our solar system, and how to view an eclipse safely. We're incorporating science, math, literature, social studies, the arts, and many kinesthetic activities.
In order to make this project happen, there are some supplies that we need to purchase, especially to make safe solar viewing possible for our 300+ students. Through the link below, you can make a donation to make our project possible. Currently, we're about halfway to our goal! Any gift you can give would be helpful, and for the next three days, your donation would be matched up to $50 if you include the promo code LIFTOFF.
So, I'd like to challenge my readers to consider donating over the next three days to have your donation doubled. If you believe in my project like I do, would you consider sharing this with friends who might also support our project?
Thanks for considering!