Hurst students dig science

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Harry Hurst 8th graders (L-R) Michael Williams, Tarrence Beckett, Asia Sumlin, and Larielle Sumlin take a closer look at an earthworm.
Harry Hurst 8th graders (L-R) Michael Williams, Tarrence Beckett, Asia Sumlin, and Larielle Sumlin take a closer look at an earthworm.
As part of a unit on a decomposer’s role in creating soil, students took a closer look at earthworms.

Students identified the parts of an earthworm and observed how they move.




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