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St. Anne School Kindergarten Imaginations Build Green

April 26, 2011 - The littlest hands can produce the most amazing things. Danika Gray, on the left, and her building partner show this by proudly displaying their finished product after a morning of inquiry and problem solving at St. Anne School in Hanmer. Junior and Senior Kindergarten French Immersion students within the Early Learning Kindergarten Program worked in teams, using recycled materials, to design and build a house, complete with some fancy options like doors, windows, chimneys, and even a fireplace. No project was too big or small! Who knows? These may be the architects of tomorrow!



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