Second grade had an amazing day visiting the Georgia Mountain Research and Education Center where they participated in a water conservation program.
Students engaged in interactive activities as part of the program. Activities included making a frog with moving parts to demonstrate the different stages of the frog life cycle.
They also participated in a water waste vs water conservation activity.
Students then participated in a water pollution activity and concluded the visit learning all about the stages of the water cycle.
Students walked away having learned about the importance water conservation.