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Learning first-hand

Marlene Hughes’ Sunnyside Christian Elementary School pre-school classroom looks like a scene out of a nursery rhyme as she introduces a lamb to her three-year-old students this past Thursday. Each child in the class took a turn holding the bottle for the lamb. Hughes also showed the students the bare upper gums in the lamb’s mouth. She said the students were amazed to learn that sheep do not have upper teeth. Pictured (L-R) are Khloe O’Brien, Devan Sanchez, Rebekah den Hoed and Fidel Castro, who has the job of feeding the wooly baby critter.

Marlene Hughes’ Sunnyside Christian Elementary School pre-school classroom looks like a scene out of a nursery rhyme as she introduces a lamb to her three-year-old students this past Thursday. Each child in the class took a turn holding the bottle for the lamb. Hughes also showed the students the bare upper gums in the lamb’s mouth. She said the students were amazed to learn that sheep do not have upper teeth. Pictured (L-R) are Khloe O’Brien, Devan Sanchez, Rebekah den Hoed and Fidel Castro, who has the job of feeding the wooly baby critter. Photo courtesy of Laura Eisenga

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