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We will learn more about native mammals of New England and use our community's center/library to bring this information to individuals and families in our communities. To do this, we borrowed bio-artifact replicas through a state wildlife agency to create a hands on interactive learning experience about these animals.
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We will learn more about marine mammals of the Arctic and use our community's Festival of Tree program to bring this information to individuals and families in our communities. To do this, we selected a children's picture book that focused on Arctic Marine Mammals and displayed it along side a decorated tree. This book contained many resources for more information in an appealing way to all ages. We decorated the tree with hand crafted, eco-friendly Arctic marine mammals and landscapes.
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We made clay butterflies and a Welcome sign and a Monarch Butterfly Waystation sign to decorate our monarch butterfly waystation (garden). We asked out art teacher to fire them in the kiln for us and then we glazed them and they were fired again. We hung the signs and staked the butterflies around the plants.
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We made flyers for a bulletin board saying that monarchs are endangered and showcased planting a monarch waystation to help sustain the population. We took photos of us going to the nursery to buy plants and planting the garden to make our school community aware that we made a monarch butterfly waystation.
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To bring Easter Joy to the elderly of our community by providing an Easter basket full of candy and a reusable shopping bag filled with cleaning supplies.
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Educate, inform, make good 'care takers' for our Earth. Every Earthday we will make a video to teach people more about how to take care of the Earth.
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Educate, inform, make good 'care takers' for our Earth. Every Earthday we will make a video to teach people more a out how to take care of the Earth.
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We plan on cleaning up the tree beds and adding composting.We brainstormed ideas of how we could help our trees and community. We decided to invite the NYC parks department come and meet with our club to learn how to take care of our trees.
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For our project, we will write reports and create posters to present to our school showing why bees and other pollinators are important. We will ask them for help and assign each class something to grow that will help the pollinators. We will then take these plants and plant them in our Outdoor Learning Center. We will invite the community to be involved in planting with us and educate as many people as we can on how to help bees and other pollinators thrive in our environment!
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When we clear the debris from the nature trails, we will select branches that are suitable for making a winter shelter for animals. We will pile them up and monitor the shelter.

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