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Hands On Recycling project
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Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary learn about recycling in science class. The students took  milk cartons from the cafeteria to make flower pots out of them. They planted pinto beans in their homemade flower pots and the students really grasped the concept of recycling after this hands on experience.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary learn about recycling in science class. The students took milk cartons from the cafeteria to make flower pots out of them. They planted pinto beans in their homemade flower pots and the students really grasped the concept of recycling after this hands on experience.
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Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary learn about recycling in science class. The students took  milk cartons from the cafeteria to make flower pots out of them. They planted pinto beans in their homemade flower pots and the students really grasped the concept of recycling after this hands on experience.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary learn about recycling in science class. The students took milk cartons from the cafeteria to make flower pots out of them. They planted pinto beans in their homemade flower pots and the students really grasped the concept of recycling after this hands on experience.
slideshow
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary learn about recycling in science class. The students took  milk cartons from the cafeteria to make flower pots out of them. They planted pinto beans in their homemade flower pots and the students really grasped the concept of recycling after this hands on experience.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary learn about recycling in science class. The students took milk cartons from the cafeteria to make flower pots out of them. They planted pinto beans in their homemade flower pots and the students really grasped the concept of recycling after this hands on experience.
slideshow
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary learn about recycling in science class. The students took milk cartons from the cafeteria to make flower pots out of them. They planted pinto beans in their homemade flower pots and the students really grasped the concept of recycling after this hands on experience.
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