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Description:

This is my school's prairie garden. I am new to the school and I have not had a chance to use it with my students yet. I do plan on using it when I talk to my students about plant life cycles. I can also incorporate this resource as an observation tool. We can use our scientific journals to come observe the plants as they start to grow. This will help my students record observations, ask questions and conduct experiments regarding their questions.




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Ava T-B
Ava T-B 9 months ago

Hello damarishernandez and welcome to Project Noah. We're so glad you're using this platform as part of your teaching! If you go to the FAQ you'll see that each spotting you post needs to be of a specific organism. So if you could re-name this one for the tree in the foreground, it would meet that criteria.
Welcome again!

damarishernandez
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damarishernandez

Illinois, USA

Lat: 41.99, Long: -88.25

Spotted on Nov 30, 2018
Submitted on Nov 30, 2018

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