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Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary planted a spring garden. They planted sunflowers, yellow squash and pinto beans. The students shared what they grew with the faculty members at the elementary. The students told Mrs. Hosek, “Looking for the pinto beans is like an Easter egg hunt”.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary planted a spring garden. They planted sunflowers, yellow squash and pinto beans. The students shared what they grew with the faculty members at the elementary. The students told Mrs. Hosek, “Looking for the pinto beans is like an Easter egg hunt”.
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Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary planted a spring garden. They planted sunflowers, yellow squash and pinto beans. The students shared what they grew with the faculty members at the elementary. The students told Mrs. Hosek, “Looking for the pinto beans is like an Easter egg hunt”.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary planted a spring garden. They planted sunflowers, yellow squash and pinto beans. The students shared what they grew with the faculty members at the elementary. The students told Mrs. Hosek, “Looking for the pinto beans is like an Easter egg hunt”.
slideshow
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary planted a spring garden. They planted sunflowers, yellow squash and pinto beans. The students shared what they grew with the faculty members at the elementary. The students told Mrs. Hosek, “Looking for the pinto beans is like an Easter egg hunt”.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary planted a spring garden. They planted sunflowers, yellow squash and pinto beans. The students shared what they grew with the faculty members at the elementary. The students told Mrs. Hosek, “Looking for the pinto beans is like an Easter egg hunt”.
slideshow
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade science classes at Kenedy Elementary planted a spring garden. They planted sunflowers, yellow squash and pinto beans. The students shared what they grew with the faculty members at the elementary. The students told Mrs. Hosek, “Looking for the pinto beans is like an Easter egg hunt”.
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