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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)-- A group of kindergarten children learned the importance of nature.
Kids at Pine Ridge Prep held thank you signs to express their appreciation to the United Way of Greater Topeka's Young Leaders Society for the schools new Born Learning Trail.
The children looked on as a 15 foot maple tree was planted in the center of the new trail.
The born learning trail is to teach parents and guardians how to interact with their kids so that everyday situations can become learning experiences.
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