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From New York City/Eastern LI: Take I-495 east/West to exit 44N(44 from Eastern LI). Merge onto NY-135 N towards Syosset. Take exit 14E for NY 25E towards Woodbury. Remain in lane coming off ramp and take first right at the first set on lights onto Crossways Park Drive. Follow Crossways Park Drive passing Police Station, Valiant and Hitachi. After bend in road take first left into parking lot. Entrance is located at Green Awning towards end of parking lot. From Southern Long Island: Take Sothern State Pkwy east or west to exit 28AN. Merge onto NY-135 N towards Syosset. Take exit 14E for NY 25E towards Woodbury. Remain in lane coming off ramp and take first right at the first set on lights onto Crossways Park Drive. Follow Crossways Park Drive passing Police Station, Valiant and Hitachi. At bend in road take first left into parking lot. Entrance is located at Green Awning towards end of parking lot.

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Learning at Home

Home Grown Jungle

You Will Need:

Shallow pan or plate, Fresh carrots, Beets or parsnips, Mung seeds, Small plastic animals, Small stones

Directions:

Cut the tops off carrots, beets or parsnips leaving about 1 – 2”. Eat the bottom and place the tops on the plate with a little water. Sprinkle mung seeds in the water. Place in a sunny location. Mung seeds should sprout and the carrots and beets will grow into “trees”. Arrange stones and plastic animals in the “jungle”.

Tip:

Add water frequently. If the water gets cloudy, pour it out, rinse the pan and add new water. Mung sprouts are crunchy and good to eat. Talk about what kind of animals live in a real jungle. Have they made a jungle or a forest?

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