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Curious Kayla Visits Bundoora Park

Rochel Burstyn

Hi everyone, it’s me, Curious Kayla, and I’m heading home to visit my mishpachah! It’s not exactly a hop, skip, and a jump to get here, but for family, it’s worth it! Come join me as I head Down Under and explore Bundoora Park in Victoria, Australia.

 

Let’s Build a Terrarium!

Chava Dumas

Unlike an aquarium, from the world “aqua,” which means water, a terrarium, from the world “terra,” which means earth, holds earth. Making and keeping your own terrarium gives you an amazing opportunity to be the landscape architect — the designer responsible for creating a miniature world of natural wonders.

 

It Happened to Me: I Think I Can

Rhona Lewis

Raizy wanted to go to the zoo — again. But I was tired of feeding kangaroos and petting koalas. “Let’s go for a ride on Puffing Billy,” I suggested. “We’ve never been on a steam locomotive and we’ve been to the zoo a million times!”

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