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Hands-on learning, home-school style

Posted: January 21, 2011 9:24 p.m.
Updated: January 22, 2011 4:30 a.m.
   Charlie Schneider, 7, left, and Ricardo Diaz, 6, examine their findings during a simulated excavation at Valencia Glen Park in Valencia on Friday.    Charlie Schneider, 7, left, and Ricardo Diaz, 6, examine their findings during a simulated excavation at Valencia Glen Park in Valencia on Friday.
Charlie Schneider, 7, left, and Ricardo Diaz, 6, examine their findings during a simulated excavation at Valencia Glen Park in Valencia on Friday.
Belen Rivas, 9, left, Melanie Hyman, 9, mount the bones of a scaled-to-size model of Tyrannosaurus Rex that was buried during a Helping Hands Home School student exercise on archaeology Belen Rivas, 9, left, Melanie Hyman, 9, mount the bones of a scaled-to-size model of Tyrannosaurus Rex that was buried during a Helping Hands Home School student exercise on archaeology
Belen Rivas, 9, left, Melanie Hyman, 9, mount the bones of a scaled-to-size model of Tyrannosaurus Rex that was buried during a Helping Hands Home School student exercise on archaeology
A group of more than 20 of the home-schooled children work at learning basic excavation techniques at Valencia Glen Park in Valencia. A group of more than 20 of the home-schooled children work at learning basic excavation techniques at Valencia Glen Park in Valencia.
A group of more than 20 of the home-schooled children work at learning basic excavation techniques at Valencia Glen Park in Valencia.
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    Charlie Schneider, 7, left, and Ricardo Diaz, 6, examine their findings during a simulated excavation at Valencia Glen Park in Valencia on Friday. The children, who are students of Helping Hands Home School, worked at uncovering a scaled-to-size model of a Tyrannosaurus Rex as part of a hands-on lesson about archaeology.

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