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Project Kids & Cameras

Connecting Kids with Cameras

What we Believe! 5 Days to Go!

Dear Supporters,

As you may have noticed, our Ulule crowdfunding campaign was granted an additional seven days to reach our goal! We thank them for believing our project can reach its goal!

Today, we have 5 days left and would like to ask you to join us in our FINAL STRETCH to the FINISH LINE! 

Please SHARE WHY you contributed to our cause. Your friends and networks trust you and are more likely to contribute if know that you are a founding contributor! Below are a few points you can make in your shares!

At Project Kids & Cameras we believe:

1. Kids learn differently. 
We believe in multiple intelligences and that social and emotional development is a very individual cognitive process.

2. Kids learn better in an environment of low stress and high challenge. 
We believe good arts education provides a space kids are happy to be in, and enough of a challenge to thrive in.

3. Kids innately search for meaning in their lives.
Our programs are led by teaching artists that guide students through dialogue designed to encourage them to express how they view the world around them.

4. Kids learn by doing.
We believe kids need ample opportunity to learn by doing because it deepens understanding, strengths critical thinking skills, and encourages exploration of new things.

5. Kids need time for personal reflection.
Our programs allow for ample student reflection because this helps them process new information into knowledge and understanding.

6. Kids need to stretch and explore.
Kids need to explore ideas playfully. They also need to learn how to embrace the opportunity to learn from their mistakes.

7. Kids are collaborative by nature. 
They develop skills in meaningful ways when given the opportunity to work on creative projects together.



Thank you so much! 

Diana Nazareth