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Engineering is Elementary: "Saving Salila's Turtle"

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Presented by Challenger Learning Center of Tallahassee at Online/Virtual Space

Apr 20 2020
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Jul 31 2020
Engineering is Elementary: "Saving Salila's Turtle"

Join Layne for story time!

Join Layne for storytime! Layne reads a book from the Engineering is Elementary collection – this week is Saving Salila’s Turtle, which introduces students to the problem of water pollution—and to some solutions. Check out the accompanying lesson, Water Filters with Daniel! https://youtu.be/XAtfNjJMQrA

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  • Join Layne for story time! Each Wednesday, we'll read a book from the Engineering is Elementary collection - this week is Saving Salila's Turtle, which introduces students to the problem of water pollution—and to some solutions. Check out the accompanying lesson, Water Filters with Daniel! https://youtu.be/XAtfNjJMQrA

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