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Yavneh’s 1st graders took learning beyond the classroom walls with a magical field trip to Emma Pursch Farm. From exploring the life cycle of plants and animals to mastering tree identification, every moment was a celebration of curiosity and connection.

🌿 Exploring Nature’s Cycle:
At the heart of this journey was exploring the connection between plants and animals. Kitah Alef witnessed the magic of nature, discovering how plants and animals rely on each other for survival. It was a hands-on experience that brought their classroom learning to life.

🌳 Mastering Tree Identification:
Our budding botanists focused on identifying different types of trees, such as evergreen and deciduous, and examining the characteristics of their leaves.

🌲 Tu B’Shevat Learning Continues:
This field trip wasn’t just an excursion but an extension of the Tu B’Shevat learning and celebration at Yavneh. The students returned with more than memories; they carried a deeper connection to the environment and a love for nature’s endless possibilities.

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