First-graders show off recycled blossoms

Benjamin Cravatt, Jack Blount and Reagan Aalbers proudly display their Spring blossoms. Photos by Pearl Pries

On April 22, the first graders in Lorraine Turner’s class at Bird Rock Elementary School brought in spring blossoms made from recycled materials. The children were taught that Earth Day is to remind and encourage us of our responsibility as good citizens to value the world we live in and that the many items we use and throw away can be reused or recycled into something new and fun.

Flowers made from recycled material decorate a classroom window. Photos by Pearl Pries

Pailey Knight, Allison Forester and Dylan Casella with their spring blossoms. Photos by Pearl Pries

Spring blossoms made from recycled material. Photos by Pearl Pries

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