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Plant Jewelry The Learn To Grow program at Ravemswood created jewelry from pressed plants this week. Preserved  plants from our Learning Garden were used to adorn delicate handmade bracelets. Students...
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19-12-2013 12-19-2013 No aramdhari 0

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Flower Pressing at Ravenswood Budding young botanists learned the ancient art of flower pressing during the Learn to Grow program at Ravenswood. Flowers and herbs such as lavender, sage and marigolds were preserved in plant...
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19-12-2013 12-19-2013 No aramdhari 0

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Adventure Airplanes Kids were invited to Queens Library's Steinway & Sunnyside locations to make adventure airplanes using craft sticks. Kids decorated their airplanes with small...
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30-01-2014 10-03-2013 No 0

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Book Wands   Kids at Queens Library at Astoria made book wands  to use as bookmarks. Bookmarks were made by upcycling craft sticks. Preschoolers decorated their bookmarks using jewel stickers,...
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03-02-2014 10-03-2013 No 0

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String Art We had a lot of string left over from previous programs. We also had rolls of yarn, ribbons, scraps of fabric and even lanyards. Children at Queens Library at Broadway used thin cardboard saved...
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25-11-2013 09-06-2013 No 0

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Kids Greening arts, Eco-Crafts, Kids, string hislam
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