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Activities that Bridge Outdoor Exploration with Classroom Science
The activities in Wild Science will integrate outdoor exploration with the understanding and appreciation of science and environmental issues.  Using Wild Science as a guide, we invite you to rediscover your sense of wonder about the natural world and share it with the children you know.


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