Third-graders learn plant life


Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.


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Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.


Submitted photo

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.


Submitted photo

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.


Submitted photo

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.


Submitted photo

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_1556.jpgMrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds. Submitted photo

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_1554.jpgMrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds. Submitted photo

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_1553.jpgMrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds. Submitted photo

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_1552.jpgMrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds. Submitted photo

Mrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_1555.jpgMrs. Martin’s third-grade class at Mountain Park Elementary School is busy learning science. The students are learning about plant life and how seeds make plants grow. In this experiment, they found the seeds inside of common fruits and vegetables and they were counting the seeds. Submitted photo
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