During the last PA day on May 22nd, the children at FCCC Centennial Before and After School program visited the city greenhouse on Norman Rogers Drive. The children had fun observing the seasonal and tropical plants. We did a scavenger hunt about the things we saw in the greenhouse. The children presented to the City gardeners the flowers they made from tissue paper. We learned about how a greenhouse works and how to prevent and treat pests. When we returned to our classroom, we planted carrots, lettuce and asters. The children also exhibited great creativity when making paper insects.
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