Thank you for your lively, informative presentations. The primary kids loved being participants, while learning about trains and some of their history. In keeping with science standards, the older kids enjoyed learning a lot about pollutants through your interactive presentation. It made the subject more concrete as wells as emphasizing the magnitude of the problem.
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