$500 grants for K-12 teachers

By eSchool News Staff
February 1st, 2013

Beginning February 14, teachers nationwide can visit the Kids In Need Foundation website to apply for an Elmer’s Teacher Tool Kit grant that can range from $100 to $500. The grants will be given to certified K-12 teachers who wish to conduct classroom projects from the Kids In Need Guide to Award Winning Projects, a catalog of project plans previously funded by the Kids In Need Foundation.

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2 Responses to “$500 grants for K-12 teachers”

I have just registered. I am a teacher aide to a 3rd and 4th grade resource teacher. I know you have to be a certified teacher to receive any funds. I want to do all the leg work for my teacher.

February 19, 2013

Where would one find the requirements for this grant? I am 6th grade ESL/ELA teacher and am looking to apply for an ELMO, a set of Webster’s Dictionaries, and a set of Thesauruses to use in our Writing classroom.