Edu.buncee.com is a creation and presentation tool. They are is hosting The buncee Earth Day Contest. To enter, students K – 8 will be asked to create a buncee. The buncee should also answer the question, “What could your school do to help protect the Earth?” The winners will receive a $200 Amazon Gift Card and bunceeEDU Plus subscriptions for their school.
Earth Day Contest
Buncee’s fun digital canvas allows students to easily express their ideas. This makes it the perfect tool for students to present their environmental school projects. While enhancing presentation skills, the contest also helps support Next Gen Science Standard ESS3-3. This standards asks students to: apply scientific principles to design a method for monitoring and minimizing a human impact on the environment.
Judges include Science Teacher Tim McCready and employees of Cornell University Long Island Horticultural Research & Extension Center. Entry ends May 15th, so certainly check out the contest rules and have your students share their environmental projects to win!