Submitted photo Fossils were the day’s topic as Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt and GCP&T volunteer Tom Gray spent time with second-grade students at Greeneview Elementary School. Students learned about the different types of fossils and how they were created, as well as made their own fossil out of molding clay. Here, Schmitt shows a sample of a fossil to a group of second-grade students.


Greeneview Elementary School students take a closer look at a fossil.


A student removes from its form a fossil created from molding clay.


Submitted photo

Fossils were the day’s topic as Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt and GCP&T volunteer Tom Gray spent time with second-grade students at Greeneview Elementary School. Students learned about the different types of fossils and how they were created, as well as made their own fossil out of molding clay. Here, Schmitt shows a sample of a fossil to a group of second-grade students.

Greeneview Elementary School students take a closer look at a fossil.

A student removes from its form a fossil created from molding clay.

Submitted photo Fossils were the day’s topic as Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt and GCP&T volunteer Tom Gray spent time with second-grade students at Greeneview Elementary School. Students learned about the different types of fossils and how they were created, as well as made their own fossil out of molding clay. Here, Schmitt shows a sample of a fossil to a group of second-grade students.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_Fossil1.jpgSubmitted photo Fossils were the day’s topic as Greene County Parks & Trails’ (GCP&T) Naturalist Ashlee Schmitt and GCP&T volunteer Tom Gray spent time with second-grade students at Greeneview Elementary School. Students learned about the different types of fossils and how they were created, as well as made their own fossil out of molding clay. Here, Schmitt shows a sample of a fossil to a group of second-grade students.

Greeneview Elementary School students take a closer look at a fossil.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_Fossil2.jpgGreeneview Elementary School students take a closer look at a fossil.

A student removes from its form a fossil created from molding clay.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/web1_Fossil3.jpgA student removes from its form a fossil created from molding clay.
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