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Earth Encounters Program

Puppets and puzzles help students learn about the nine parts of nature: soil, water, air, sunlight, plants, animals, insects and other creepies, fungus, and me (humans). Basic concepts include energy flow (simplified photosynthesis), soil formation, water cycle, plant/animal air exchange, diversity, interrelationships, and importance of self.

Organization(s): Renfrew Institute for Cultural and Environmental Science
Location: 1010 East Main Street Waynesboro, PA 17268 (Map It)
Theme(s): Habitats and Critters
Level(s): Elementary School
Program Length(s): Day Trips
Keywords: nitrogen and carbon cycle, pollution, water cycle and movement, photosynthesis, forest, habitat and niche, predator prey relationships, sediment, soil and rocks, water quality, wildlife
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