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Paper Flowers For Mom

Paper Flowers For Mom

Paper flowers are a perfect gift for Mother’s Day. Grab the kids and try your hand at this family friendly activity. Conservation at home: Instead of buying materials for this craft, reduce your carbon footprint by upcycling materials found at home. Materials: Tissue...
Activity | Citrus Stamping

Activity | Citrus Stamping

You may be  familiar with the five C’s of Arizona: citrus, cotton, climate, cattle and copper. European settlers brought citrus with them to the Americas with their arrival. It eventually became an important part of the economic development of Arizona. Today, citrus...
Activity | Endangered Plants Coloring Sheets

Activity | Endangered Plants Coloring Sheets

Share these fun and simple coloring sheets of endangered Garden plants with the kids (and grown-up kids) in your life. Explore the things we can do to ensure these iconic plants remain for generations to come. Simply drag the images below to your desktop, and print!...
Activity | Wild & Unusual Plants

Activity | Wild & Unusual Plants

Wild & Unusual Plants | Seek and Find The desert is full of strange and amazing plants that are adapted to survive and thrive in extreme living conditions. Head to the Garden or search your neighborhood to find some of the most bizarre plants of the Sonoran...
Activity – Seek & Find

Activity – Seek & Find

Did you know? Arizona became a state on Feb. 14, 1912 and was last state between Canada and Mexico. At one point Arizona was also part of New Mexico and Mexico until it became a separate territory in 1863. Prior to becoming a state, the region was and still is today,...

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