The Journey of a Seed

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Wang Laoshi taught a class about nature to the 4th graders. They explored the season of Autumn. Specifically, they investigated the journey of seeds. When Autumn comes, trees shed leaves, fruits ripen, but what about seeds? Where do they go? And how do they get there? To answer these questions, Wang Laoshi and students read a book titled “A Seed’s Journey”.

 

 In addition to uncovering the paths of seeds' journey, students also discovered the different ways animals use to migrate. Students were fascinated by what they learned about nature.

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