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Celebrating The Ocean At Trinity Day School

Published: October 15, 2017 at 12:00 am

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As part of Trinity Day School's annual Ocean Day - which had the preschoolers learn about the ocean through different activities on October 4 - students Payton Ryan, right, and Blake Van Scotter go "fishing" using poles, string, paper fish, and…
As part of Trinity Day School's annual Ocean Day - which had the preschoolers learn about the ocean through different activities on October 4 - students Payton Ryan, right, and Blake Van Scotter go "fishing" using poles, string, paper fish, and magnets. (Bee Photo, Hallabeck)
Students Owen Alesevich, front, and Brady Merrifield pretend to "swim" in the ocean. (Bee Photo, Hallabeck)
Students Owen Alesevich, front, and Brady Merrifield pretend to "swim" in the ocean. (Bee Photo, Hallabeck)
Pictured reading <i> I am a Shark! </i> by Miles Keily, from left, are McKenna Memoli with Luke Ferrari and his mother, Maggie Ferrari during Ocean Day at Trinity Day School. (Bee Photo, Hallabeck)
Pictured reading I am a Shark! by Miles Keily, from left, are McKenna Memoli with Luke Ferrari and his mother, Maggie Ferrari during Ocean Day at Trinity Day School. (Bee Photo, Hallabeck)
Trinity Day School held its annual Ocean Day on Wednesday, October 4.

Multiple activities were set up for students to learn about the ocean and the creatures that live there. One activity station had students "fish" out of a wooden boat using magnets, one station had students decorate paper cutouts of creatures using paint and marbles, and another station had students "meet" a real octopus.

At another station students and adults read books about the ocean, and at another station students pretended to "swim" using flippers and towels with ocean waves pictured on them.

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