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At the beginning of each year, Chaya Mushka Children’s House Elementary School teachers encourage children to research in the field of biology by telling stories and presenting beautiful books, posters, charts, and timelines.
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Each child begins a personal journey of discovery, and later joins a group for the research project and presentation.
This year the children have been working on various biology projects. Working in groups, they chose to study either a squid, a frog or a shark. Each group then designed a presentation to give to their class.
The real fun began when the students were able to get very up-close and personal with the animal they chose, dissecting the animals and discovering their internal workings.
These hands-on activities were greatly enjoyed, and the students are eager to start the next research project.