New Horizon School Campers Wandering Around the “Rainforest”
New Horizon School of Pasadena’s brave campers wandered the rainforest and came across some colorful and friendly creatures! Rainforest and jungle animal activities for early years are great for aiding and engaging learning about this section of earth’s eco-system. Rainforests cover around thirty-six percent of the Earth, spanning over Africa, South America, and areas of Asia. They’re normally close to the equator. Young students are taught about the rainforests and how important it is to human life. Rainforests are often called the lungs of the planet for their role in absorbing carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, and increasing local humidity. Rainforests also stabilize climate, house incredible amounts of plants and wildlife, produce nourishing rainfall all around the planet and are a major source for medicines and foods.
New Horizon School Pasadena, 651 N. Orange Grove Blvd, Pasadena, (626) 795-5186 or visit www.newhorizonschool.org.