Greenwich Free Press: Going Green: Preschoolers from PIFS Get Into the Soil on Planting Day

By Karen Sheer

At the Putnam Indian Field School on Tuesday, students celebrated their annual Planting Day to learn more about the school community’s commitment to “going green.”

These adorable and eager to learn children, ages 2 – 5, were busy getting their hands into the soil planting seeds and seedlings (which they have started indoors in the winter.)

Little hands held large garden trowels and forks as they happily planted gardens – seven in all, which supported ongoing activities from the classroom. Clarissa Moore, a teacher and member of the school’s Green Committee, worked efficiently most of the day encouraging seeding, planting and sprinkling the earth with the children. Read more… 

PIFS Planting Day 2016

Bridgette Hopp enjoyed watering the plants on a beautiful, sunny May day. Photo Credit: Karen Sheer

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