[PHOTO] Fifth Graders Hold “Biome Bash”

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CLARK — After studying the Earth’s biomes, the fifth grade classes at Hehnly School in Clark held a “Biome Bash” for their parents and students in kindergarten through fourth grade. Students created dioramas of deserts, rainforests, oceans, and Antarctica depicting the animals, plants, and physical characteristics of each. The fifth graders used laptops during class time to research the information needed to create their dioramas and list ten facts about their biome. Each group was then given an area of the classroom to decorate to resemble their assigned biomes.  Pictured above displaying their dioramas and classroom exhibit are Christopher Calabrese, Taylor Turek, Samantha Hodavance, Isabella Genova, Christian Festa, and Jenna Lancellotti from Jacqueline Caplette’s class. (Photo courtesy of Jacqueline Caplette/Hehnly School)

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