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  • Andrea Didon

    Hannah and Dale we are so gonna do this project this summer. Maybe you can stay a week after school is out and come back before school starts. What fun. sci project, mini ecosystem

  • Beverly Duvall

    Environmental Science project

  • Julie-Anne Whiting

    Cranberry Corner: Summer Fun: Ecosystem Edition - something i might do with kids in a few years

  • Aubree Larson

    Ecosystem in a bottle...3 soda bottles actually. I remember doing this in elementary school.

  • Rebecca Lopez

    Ooooh great science fair project idea! A mini - ecosystem for the kids to learn and see how things work.

  • Crystal Bunch

    DIY ecosystem. Cool idea for the kids this summer.

  • April Wilkerson

    Science project, mini ecosystem.. my kids are so doing this!

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