Grant Proposal: Grant Proposal on Second Grade Archaeologists Digging up the Past -
Would you love to write a grant for your elementary classroom but just can’t seem to get started? This winning proposal may be just what you need to jumpstart your ability to plan, write, and carry-out an innovative teaching grant. In this example, second graders will have tons of dirt digging, story-telling, mystery-solving fun as they discover their own history and the history of the world around them. Students will write their own autobiography and create an artifact to illustrate their life. These artifacts will be buried in the “sands of time” only to be rediscovered by other classmates.
The components of the grant include:
• Title, Number of Students,
• Target Population, Amount of Funding
• A Project Summary
• The Goals and Purpose
• A Narrative Description of the Project
• Description of Events and Activities
• Collaboration with local, state, and/or
• How I Budgeted the $1,510.00 to Fund the Project
• And More
Students will use archaeology- inspired projects to explore the standards in the elementary classroom. “Digging up the past” will enable students to experience scientific investigations, develop vital language and writing skills, and improve math performance while gaining environmental awareness and a new appreciation for multicultural diversity. Use this document as a guide and you too can develop an award winning grant and ignite enthusiasm for learning.
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