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Students will use motor skills and creative thinking to construct their own “do nothing” machine. This activity encourages little engineers to express themselves, while parents help to draw connections and…
The main goal is for students to understand and explain the impact humans have had on the Los Angeles River and its watershed in the last 150 years.
Students will analyze items in their backpacks and classroom and determine what they’re made of and what happens to those items after their use.
Students will be able to identify and apply the Big Ideas of Sustainability in their place to help develop a sustainable mindset.
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