Emily Calandrelli is teaming up with Wonder Bread and AdoptAClassroom.org to bring exciting science experiments to classrooms and kitchens nationwide. Emily is the host of the hit educational Netflix series Emily’s Wonder Lab, an MIT engineer, and scientist who is passionate about making science accessible to kids of all ages.
Are you looking for activities to keep kids engaged with science in the classroom or at home? Sign up to view or participate in virtual events with Emily here.
That’s not all! In celebration of their 100 year anniversary, Wonder is making a $100,000 donation to AdoptAClassroom.org to support science classrooms at 10 schools across the nation.
Happy 100th birthday, @WonderBreadUSA! For their anniversary, Wonder Bread is donating $100k to @adopt_classroom AND we're working together to bring the #WonderOfScience to kids across the country with free virtual talks and science demonstrations!! https://t.co/SfnQRKR86d #ad pic.twitter.com/sQCidIOVjv— Emily Calandrelli (@TheSpaceGal) February 5, 2021
Wonder’s donation will:
- Provide school supplies to students in need
- Help reduce the burden on teachers who spend their own money on classroom materials
- Inspire the Wonder of Science in K-12 students
Read below how the donation made a difference to the community at Thomasville High School, one of the 10 schools that received $10,000 to support their science programs:
“Thomasville High School is honored and thankful to have been chosen by Wonder Bread to be a part of their 100th year anniversary celebration. Teachers are thrilled to have funds donated to our Science Department and will use them to purchase lab materials that will spark curiosity in science and engage students in hands-on learning experiences.” – Brian Beaty, Principal of Thomasville High School in Thomasville, GA
AdoptAClassroom.org wants to give a big shout out to Wonder and Emily for their support. This year more than ever, teachers are struggling to keep students engaged. This creative celebration will make an impact on students for years to come.