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Groups of three scientists from the rocky planet Zog investigate the composition of soil so that they can take the information back to their home, create soil there, and begin to grow food.
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- If it is not possible to take class members outside to investigate soil around the school, prepare soil samples prior to the lesson and set up learning centers within the classroom
- The exercise underscores the importance of soil and how fragile it is
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