PHOTO GALLERY: Preschoolers spend day learning about Rock Bridge State Park
Thursday, September 29, 2011 | 6:00 p.m. CDT;
updated 11:10 p.m. CDT, Thursday, September 29, 2011
From left, Elijah Butler, Kaylin Hayes and Destiny Rogers look at maps and photos of Devil’s Icebox, a cave at Rock Bridge State Park, on Thursday. Fourteen preschool students Field Preschool spent the morning studying the forest, insects and caves.
COLUMBIA — Preschool students from Field Elementary School spent Thursday exploring Rock Bridge State Park. The students explored Devil's Icebox Cave and captured bugs.
Preschool students Luis Tolentino, left, and Thomas Wiseman carry bug houses through Rock Bridge State Park on Thursday. After exploring the entrance to Devil's Icebox, students from Field Preschool went to the creek to look for insects.
Destiny Rogers growls for the camera while her class takes a break during its hike at Rock Bridge State Park on Thursday. The preschoolers stopped at the overlook to discuss why some trees might have fallen on the ground.
Preschool students from Field Preschool pet a caterpillar that they caught at Rock Bridge State Park on Thursday. Students crawled along the creek edges collecting insects in their new yellow bug houses.
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