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Friday, May 14, 2010

Lunchables Field Trips For All

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Here in Michigan I know that the school districts are having finical troubles. They are cutting what ever they can from their budget. In our school the parent organization is trying to help out as much as they can but families are having finical problems too. That means they can't donate or help out as much as they would like. One place that has been cut is school field trips.

Lunchables as looked and has seen that there is a big need for school field trips. They put on their thinking caps and came up with "Field Trips For All".

"Field Trips For All" is a hands-on experiences that will engage children to learn and open their eyes to the world beyond the classroom. Lunchables wants to help deserving kids across the country go on an inspiring, educational experience and has launched this program. They like to call it Project Potential and it's aimed at empowering kids with opportunities to help them reach their full potential. Project Potential will provide enriching experiences kids might otherwise not have.

Do you have in mind a certain class that would really benefit by "Field Trips For All"? If you do here is how you can nominate a classroom: Anyone 6 years of age or older can nominate a deserving classroom by going to http://www.lunchables.com/potential/ and submitting a nomination. From all nominations received, 50 classrooms will be selected to go on an inspiring, educational experience.

Here is a YouTube clip of a "Field Trips For All".


I'm sure any boy or girl would really love to go on a "Field Trips For All". It sure looked like the kid's in the video were really enjoying them self. I know my kids always did better with learning in a hands on environment. I'm sure they would of loved this.

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