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Plant pals
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The Karnes County Extension recently presented the program “Plant Pals” to Mrs. Kosub and Mrs. Wauters 2nd grade classes at Runge Elementary.  Plant Pals is a 4-H curriculum enrichment program designed to provide developmentally appropriate horticultural experiences for children.  This program provides very basic information about plants and their importance.  As part of the program each student planted a bean seed and learned about growing a plant. Picture above are the two students that won the Strongest Bean Award, meaning their plant grew the tallest, (l-r) Randy Mendoza, Mrs. Kosub’ s class and Antonio Gonzales, Mrs. Wauters’ class.
Contributed photo The Karnes County Extension recently presented the program “Plant Pals” to Mrs. Kosub and Mrs. Wauters 2nd grade classes at Runge Elementary. Plant Pals is a 4-H curriculum enrichment program designed to provide developmentally appropriate horticultural experiences for children. This program provides very basic information about plants and their importance. As part of the program each student planted a bean seed and learned about growing a plant. Picture above are the two students that won the Strongest Bean Award, meaning their plant grew the tallest, (l-r) Randy Mendoza, Mrs. Kosub’ s class and Antonio Gonzales, Mrs. Wauters’ class.
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The Karnes County Extension recently presented the program “Plant Pals” to Mrs. Kosub and Mrs. Wauters 2nd grade classes at Runge Elementary. Plant Pals is a 4-H curriculum enrichment program designed to provide developmentally appropriate horticultural experiences for children. This program provides very basic information about plants and their importance. As part of the program each student planted a bean seed and learned about growing a plant. Picture above are the two students that won the Strongest Bean Award, meaning their plant grew the tallest, (l-r) Randy Mendoza, Mrs. Kosub’ s class and Antonio Gonzales, Mrs. Wauters’ class.
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