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Ponds & Muck

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We saved our little muck ponds all this time. Over the time we’ve observed them we’ve noted:

  • ponds are stagnant
  • muck is smelly
  • things grow in ponds. The grass clumps continued to grow in the water.
  • water evaporates
  • the water became dirty because of what was in it
  • without rain, ponds dry up

Since they were all dried up, I put them in Ziploc bags and sent them home. At home they can just add water for an instant pond. This was a great little activity that we will do again!
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