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Item # Total Cost Remaining Request Type Donate
Individual Play/Art Items
Help us play more at school (despite distancing requirements) with individual Lego sets, Magnatiles, and extra fun art supplies for art projects.
1 $375.00 $75.00 $
Marine Science Institute - Rocky Shore
Students take a virtual journey to the tide pools to explore the rugged habitat and the resilient animals that call this ever-changing coastal environment their home.
1 $30.00 $0.00 $
Classroom Books
While we have many books in our class library, we'd love books that are personalized to this class's unique interests. Help us purchase additional books chosen specifically for the students in our class.
1 $250.00 $150.00 $
History San Jose Virtual Trip
During the second industrial revolution, the Santa Clara Valley became the major canned fruit producer in the country and earned the moniker Valley of Heart’s Delight. History San José will guide students through a family barn and migrant farmworker house, teaching them about how food is grown, packaged, and shipped. Through interactive activities, students will learn how small family farmers used the latest technology and innovations to improve mass food production and create some of the most well recognized canned fruit brands in the 21st century—Del Monte and Sunsweet.
1 $55.00 $0.00 $
Hidden Villa Virtual Trip
Creatures’ Features Tools for Survival: Why can’t all animals fly? Why do some animals hunt at night when it’s dark? How come there are raccoons in the city? In nature, each animal needs to be prepared to survive in their unique habitat. In this session, while practicing NGSS crosscutting concepts like structure and function, students will explore some of the unique physical and behavioral features of our wild neighbors and come to appreciate their amazing abilities.
1 $80.00 $0.00 $
Science Presentation with a Marine Biologist
Students will learn about ocean landforms and environments with a marine biologist.
1 $90.00 $0.00 $
Tech Museum Virtual Trip
There’s a lot of trash in the Bay’s watershed, from San Jose to the Pacific Ocean. By designing and constructing different types of storm drain grates, students discover how water systems function and how to use science and engineering to protect Earth’s natural resources. Students will describe a watershed, explain why keeping trash out of the watershed is important, and complete a design challenge to create a storm drain to combat pollution from a specific source.
1 $65.00 $0.00 $
CuriOdyssey Virtual Field Trip
Students will explore the coverings of mammals, reptiles, birds, and arthropods, as they consider how animals survive in their environments. They will get to see live animals.
1 $150.00 $150.00 $
Marine Science Institute -Sharks and Rays Virtual Field Trip
Two marine scientists from the. Marine Science Institute will join our class to teach us all about the unique and various marine animals residing at the muddy floor of the San Francisco Bay.
1 $15.00 $0.00 $
Hiller Aviation Helicopter Virtual Experience
Helicopter Adventure explores the world of vertical flight with an exciting engineering exercise based on paper models. Hiller Aviation Museum staff conduct a virtual tour of a Scorpion helicopter at the Hiller Aviation Museum and lead construction and testing of a simple paper helicopter. Children measure the characteristics of helicopter flight and make predictions on how rotor size will affect helicopter performance.
1 $30.00 $0.00 $