In honor of Earth Day, consider giving us your recyclables to reuse in our science kits! 🌎♻️ I love the earth and want to keep it beautiful! Check out our wishlist to see if we can use any of your recyclables!
Soap, deodorant or toothpaste cardboard boxes
Used ChikFilA straws (washed please)
Let's keep your straws out of the landfill!
Cardboard paper towel rolls
Yocrunch yogurt containers with lids
I was so excited this morning! I finished a conference call with the Program Director at GEHC. He is willing to partner with me to provide a science summer trip for the girls from Jesse's House Shelter. I'm crossing my fingers for Treetop Quest to be willing to partner with us, too!! It was a great call and I was excited to tell him that one of his exhibits he had in the museum a while back called Power of Children really inspired me to write my speech, "Kids Can Do Great Things". I really do believe kids CAN do GREAT things!!!❤️
Today, I was given a huge donation from Sawnee School of Ballet! Their donation was from a beautiful fundraiser they did to benefit my nonprofit. I am so very thankful for all their efforts! I ended the day presenting to foster families at a SAFFT meeting. Some of the donated funds I received today will fund a summer program I will be doing for the foster kids in Forsyth County. Thank you to Sawnee School of Ballet and SAFFT for helping me empower kids!
I had a great conference call today with Mrs. Kayla, who is the VP of Operations for the nonprofit Paper For Water. I will be partnering with them to bring a workshop to the community. Super Science Kids will be providing science kits exploring water! Build a well, water filtration, and surface tension! These kits will also be given to shelter kids, too. I will try to get them to help make origami ornaments. But, the workshop will focus on creating origami ornaments as a fundraiser for Paper For Water. I hope tons of people join me to help Paper For Water raise money to build wells in India and Africa!!
My goal: $25,000!! Just keep swimming!
PS I like conference calls because I can wear my jammies.
I had so much fun presenting to the community with Mrs. Tammy this evening! I asked the audience, "After all, every one of us likes to enjoy a clean, safe, flourishing environment, don't we? Shouldn't we all do our part to help it stay that way?" And the audience said, "Yes!"
Keep Forsyth County Beautiful is so much fun to work with! Thank you, Mrs. Tammy!
I had so much fun teaching 2nd Graders at RM Moore Elementary today about macroinvertebrates! Thank you UERA for the opportunity! I am sooo excited about our upcoming partnership! We will be teaching at-risk kids together. 💗
I had so much fun leading math club for the community this semester! Did you know that mathematicians used to have their very own clubs? So, I decided to lead my own math club! Thank you Bedtime Math for your amazing lessons! I loved partnering with you! We had so much fun and I can't wait to do another semester of math fun in the future! The kids were wonderful and I will miss them.
Today, we taught at MentorMe's afterschool music program. We taught the kids how to make pan flutes and spinning drums, and taught the kids about Newton's third law: " To every action there is an equal and opposite reaction". I want to give a big thank you to Ms. Daniela and MentorMe for letting me share my love for science!
A packed house for the fundraiser! Such an amazing turn out for Sawnee School Of Ballet's performance fundraiser and with so many talented dancers! I am so honored to have been chosen as SSB's beneficiary this year!❤️❤️❤️❤️👯
So excited about partnering with Pebble Tossers on Friday to bring science fun to the kids at the My Sisters House Shelter in Atlanta!!! I hope all the kids have tons of fun!!😁❤️ Stations will explore Thaumatropes, Sound Sandwiches, Newton's Cradle, Cause&Effect, and Pan Flutes!!!!
My event has been published in the community magazine! I can't wait to team up with Mrs. Tammy from KFCB to teach the community how they can do their part to help make the environment cleaner!
I spent the morning supporting my friend, Hannah, and promoting Morsbags. Plastic Pollution Awareness Day was declared at the Capitol today!!! When I was 8 years old, I did an experiment of the biodegradability of plastic bags compared to plastic made out of starch and milk. Guess what? The plastic bag never biodegraded, but the starch and milk plastic started breaking down after just two days! Science helps us understand so much! Don't use plastic bags!
I received a nice letter from the boys shelter today. Their kind words help me to keep going. I love providing science for kids!
This week I had the chance to talk with Mrs. Shannon from Jesse's House Girls Shelter. She told me how girls get to the shelter. She went into details about what DFACS was. They have a really hard job and there are so many parts to it. She told me the house is very structured. I think they have to be structured because if it wasn't, it wouldn't help the kids very much. I think Jesse's House is a wonderful place for the girls that need them. She inspired me to use that information to help the girls have a happier life. I think by giving them science fun it gives them a moment where they can focus on having fun and not on their worries. I think when I'm older I can make a bigger difference someday. I don't know what that is yet, but I know that someday it will come to me and I will be able to help those girls in a BIG way.
I want to thank ALL the girls at Jesse's House Girls Shelter for making all of these wonderful hands! I LOVE them all!! Can't wait to send these off to Students Rebuild!! Thank you for helping us raise money for kids! ✋🏻🖐🏽❤️
I had SO much fun at the refugee event! It was totally awesome! ALL the kids were so cute!! I can't wait to go back!!! Thank you so much, Mrs. Amanda!!❤️❤️❤️
Also, a big thank you to our fabulous volunteers!!
Getting ready for the refugee science event! Backpacks are filled with science toys and are ready to go!😁😁 Thank you Educational Innovations for the amazing toys and Discover Science Center for all the great backpacks!! The kids will LOVE them!!!
Delivered science kits and donations to the boys' shelter today! They were so kind and it was nice to meet them. Thank you all for the donations and helping kids survive!
My nonprofit was chosen to be the beneficiary for an annual fundraiser Sawnee School of Ballet does for community nonprofits. I am so thankful for this opportunity and that people believe in me. Thank you Sawnee School of Ballet!!!!
An Astronomical (I just learned that word) thank you to Educational Innovations!!! They are AWESOME!!! They donated all of these amazing toys for the refugee kids we will be serving at the end of this month!
I just started a math club at my local library. I wanted to bring math to kids, too. Did you know math goes along with science? It was a lot of fun. Thank you Bedtime Math for donating the curriculum for this club!!
I just dropped off donations and science kits to the girls shelter. The girls are willing to help me with a service project for Students Rebuild! Thank you everyone for the donations and helping other kids to survive!
I received a package from Students Rebuild for my upcoming workshop on Tuesday. I am SO excited that they are partnering with Super Science Kids to EMPOWER kids. Their support is amazing! Make sure you check out Students Rebuilds' challenge and start lending a hand to kids in need!! Or attend our workshop on Tuesday! 😁
MentorMe invited me to teach the science of sound. I gave the kids fun science kits. The kits included two fun science activities, sound sandwich and box zither. The kids had so much fun. I want to thank MentorMe for the opportunity and believing in me. I loved working with the MentorMe staff. They truly are wonderful people!
My name is Angelica Krubeck and I am 10 years old. I love science. It's one of my favorite things to do. My Papa gave me the challenge to make a nonprofit. Science I love and kids I love, so put them together and it just makes sense. I knew that some kids out there don't get the chance to be creative with science, like how I do. I strongly believe that no kid should be without the education and enjoyment of science! I hope to inspire kids to do great things, to succeed in science, and to develop a love for science despite the challenges they are facing in their life.