Eggs-perimental Mix-Ology

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LINDEN — With spring upon us, many Linden students have been partaking in the age-old traditions of coloring eggs and community egg hunts.

At Linden School No. 6 in Nicole Zambell’s pre-k class they are taking it up a step.  Students become mix-ologists and conduct egg-speriments. They learned about different sizes of eggs, where an egg comes from, and listened to stories about spring, baby animals and how food is produced. Students also learned how to mix colors.

Sandro Khizanishvili never doubted that he could be a mix-ologist. Just look at that blue egg!

Edilberto Aguilar does not want you to miss seeing his vibrant yellow spring egg. It took lots of experimenting with shades of yellow to get this perfect color.

Sade Therjusce is soooo egg-cited over her blue cloud egg.
Photos by Christine Hudak, Linden Public Schools

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