Free Website Project Topics :)

Star Patterns

Problem Statement:
Few people know the names of the stars they see in the sky.

Entry Examples:
An entry that helps people to recognize and name the star patterns they see in the sky.

2

Grammar Tunes

Problem Statement:
It can be difficult for K-8 students to understand the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.

3

 

Natural Disaster Emergency Plan

Problem Statement:
A natural disaster has occurred and local authorities need a way to help family members find one another.

Entry Examples:
An entry that that enables local authorities to track where people are located.

4

 

Water Conservation

Problem Statement:
City leaders expect a summer drought and need to mobilize the community to conserve water now.

Entry Examples:
An entry that informs city residents about the coming drought and how to conserve water.

5

 

Buddies, Not Bullies

Problem Statement:
There have been several serious cases of bullying at your school. Teachers need to come up with a plan to help students help one another address this issue.

Entry Examples:
An entry that teaches students how to support one another to stop bullying.

6

 

Financial Management Strategies

Problem Statement:
The global financial crisis continues. People need to understand how they can work together to begin recovering.

Entry Examples:
An entry that teaches people sound financial management strategies.

7

 

School Energy Conservation

Problem Statement:
Your school must conserve energy and water, but there is no money in the budget to implement a plan.

Entry Examples:
An entry that provides free resources to develop and implement a conservation plan.

8

 

Family Communication

Problem Statement:
Parents and teens have a difficult time communicating with one another.

Entry Examples:
An entry that provides ideas and practice opportunities for better communication between parents and teens.

9

 

Healthy Food for Healthy Lives

Problem Statement:
In some parts of the world, children are challenged with weight issues and do not know how to live a healthier lifestyle.

Entry Examples:
An entry that allows children to track the nutritional value of the foods they eat and their daily exercise.

10

 

Calling All Volunteers

Problem Statement:
People want to get involved in volunteer activities, but often don’t know where to look.

Entry Examples:
An entry that helps people find and sign up for volunteer opportunities in their area.

11

 

Conflict Resolution

Problem Statement:
People often use violence to resolve conflicts.

Entry Examples:
An entry that teaches people how to resolve conflicts peacefully.

12

 

Kid’s Support Zone

Problem Statement:
Kids may have to cope with difficult issues in today’s world.

Entry Examples:
An entry that gives kids a place to share their thoughts, get advice from experts, and learn how to cope with difficult situations.

13

 

Planning a College Budget

Problem Statement:
A college education is not an option for many kids around the world.

Entry Examples:
An entry that shares ideas for how you can afford higher education on a scheduled budget.

14

 

Making a House Green

Problem Statement:
Household waste is one contributor to environmental pollution that all of us can control.

Entry Examples:
An entry that helps families track their waste and utilize green household solutions.

15

 

Teaching Creativity

Problem Statement:
Creativity is an important skill that we need to learn in order to be successful.

Entry Examples:
An entry that teaches people how to think creatively in the classroom, workplace, and in life.

16

 

Animal Rights

Problem Statement:
Many people care about animals, but do not know what actions they can take to protect animal rights.

Entry Examples:
An entry that communicates animal rights issues to the public and provides a means to take action.

17

 

Online Safety for Children

Problem Statement:
Many children know how to use the Internet, but few understand how to protect themselves from online predators.

Entry Examples:
An entry that provides solutions for how students can protect themselves from online predators.

18

 

School Safety Plan

Problem Statement:
School-wide safety plans are required for emergencies.

Entry Examples:
An entry that provides schools with the tools to develop and implement school-wide safety plans.

19

 

The Grammar Gang

Problem Statement:
Primary school students studying English need to have a good understanding of English grammar and parts of speech.

Entry Examples:
An entry that serves as a tool for primary school students to learn the essential elements of English grammar in a fun way.

20

 

Live Green Learn Green

Problem Statement:
Low-income families in our community don’t have the money to buy energy-efficient products that would help them reduce energy costs in their homes.

Entry Examples:
An entry that describes a public service project the team performed in their community to purchase energy-efficient products for low-income families.

21

 

How Eco-Friendly is Your Seafood Diet?

Problem Statement:
The quantity of ocean wildlife being caught and consumed is having a harmful effect on ocean ecosystems.

Entry Examples:
An entry that serves as a tool to quiz users on their seafood consumption, rates their diets in terms of ocean sustainability, and teaches them how to be smart consumers of seafood.

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