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This successfully funded Chromebooks grant provides a complete written proposal for you to get funded. I received $800 worth of technology from this proposal I wrote and you can too. Use Chromebooks in your classroom for technology fluency, project based learning. digital publications, literacy and
This download is a bundle of 6 of my successful grants written to obtain technology for my classroom. I wanted to gain items for digital storytelling, using green screen video FX in movie-making, and the apps and styluses needed to create iPad Drawings and Animations. I wrote these grants for our p
Have your students bring a rock to class to investigate. They will draw their rock and describe its properties. Then introduce then to the rock cycle with the Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic foldable. They will write descriptions of the different types of rocks and draw examples. Great first i
Your students are sure to love celebrating Thanksgiving with this hands-on, pumpkin pie-themed sight words creation! This Dolch and Fry sight words resource is editable and differentiated. Students can read, match, build, and write more than 200 sight words while building their reading and literacy
Use this successful grant to enhance your grant proposal and make yours successful too! This grant was written to purchase school iPads and was approved twice! Just tweak it to match your goal's proposal, the student body, and the things that make your building unique! This product is fully edi
This is a grant that was written in the Fall of 2012 for a set of 5 iPod Touches and cases for an elementary school library. The grant summarizes the use of the iPod Touches in the school setting and emphasizes audiobooks, qr codes, and podcasts. This grant could easily be adapted and changed to re
This is the narrative for a success grant to obtain several eReaders for the school library. It includes rational based on a variety of needs, including serving ELL/ESOL, special education, and all student needs.
This is a completed grant in which you can edit, copy, or paste information in order for you to get a SMARTboard in your classroom! The grant highlights the many positive aspects of this great technology, and explains why it should be implemented in your classroom! (Please note, the attached bud
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Sequencing is an important reading comprehension skill that needs to be practiced frequently. This FREE packet includes 5 beginning-middle-end sequencing graphic organizers, one for each season (fall, winter, spring, and summer) and one blank one that can be used at any time. Resources created by:
Do you want to add eBooks to your library or school? Use this grant to get started. This grant was written in 2010 for an elementary K-4 library. It is adaptable to other settings. It includes a grant summary, evaluation description, and a 204 eBook title and price list. The grant is based on t
To date, I have received more than $250,000.00 in funding from various sources for tutoring, books, and classroom manipulatives. This cheat sheets provides you with a step by step process of applying, receiving, and monitoring a grant. Good luck!
This is the written proposal for a successful grant application for six video cameras and accessories for a school library. This could be used to support a grant for a classroom or technology lab, as well. Successful uses are highlighted, as well as future plans and how they can be used to enhance
Gamers in the Classroom: Improving Academic Skills4 page WINNING grant proposal**Please note: item does NOT include technology, ONLY grant application to submit for your school/classroomPrimary Grant Focus:Language ArtsMathematicsComputer Software/TechnologyGrade Levels Targeted: 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
This grant was written for a K-4 school library requesting library books with a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) focus. This grant includes a detailed summary, evaluation methods section, and a sample item list. This grant could be easily modified to include requests for ad
I have had over 50 funded grants. This three paragraph succinct letter to a politician is funding the school library with more desktops, a Smartboard and other technology. Components of the proposal include statistical information in a structured and formatted manner. Purchase of this proposal wil
This is a grant that was writtend and awarded for Take Home book bags called, Tag-A-Longs. These are literacy and math focused backpacks to help students target specific skills in a fun and inviting way. In the write up is infomation about evaluation and usage. Plus a DETAILED budget. All items are
My favorite winning grant proposal EVER: No “Obstacle” to Learning in this Course Amount of Grant: $2,633 Ordered from Sam's Club: http://www.samsclub.com/sams/backyard-obstacle-challenge-bounce-house/182163.ip Primary Grant Focus: Language Arts Science Mathematics Social Studies Physical Educa
This is the text for a successful grant I used to obtain foreign language books for our elementary school library to support the literacy growth of our students. The books are meant for the students' independent reading needs. Overwhelmingly, the research on English language learning emphasizes th
This grant proposal was writen by me to Dollar General asking for literacy resources and technology. The total amount proposed was $2874. The grant was written in 2010.
How do you get iPads to be available to each student in your classroom? The answer is basic: you write a grant. Every successful grant application begins with a project, then a plan and with getting permission. They are the three P’s to getting grants. I hope you enjoy my short EBook on Tips for W
I won approximately $20,000,000 in grant money for New York City Department of Education programs and services. Writing winning grant proposals is easier than you think. The secret to winning is following step-by-step directions and knowing insider tips. This workbook, in user-friendly language, all
“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” ~Confucius Remember how excited you were when you learned to ride a bike or drive a car? We know that students learn best when they are directly involved in the learning. For this reason, we would like to transform our school into
A 4 day Guided Reading Lesson Plan for the Scholastic Level O book, Anansi Does the Impossible. Each day has detailed lessons with word work, vocabulary, comprehension support, conferencing tips, within, beyond and about questions, as well as a follow up comprehension activity. The follow up compre
This is a grant I submitted to a local foundation that I won. The total cost was $790 to buy a 1-year subscription to PebbleGo by Capstone. The have 3 different databases; Animal, Biography and Earth and Space. Since the Foundation Grants encourage sciene I asked for the Animal and Earth and Space.

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