PHOTO GALLERY: Families enjoy Mizzou Adventures in Education activities

Saturday, April 6, 2013 | 8:11 p.m. CDT
Children learned to milk cows, play games and excavate fake dinosaur bones at Mizzou Adventures in Education on Saturday at the Reynolds Alumni Center.

COLUMBIA — MU graduate students volunteered Saturday for Mizzou Adventures in Education.

Mizzou Adventures In Education is a free educational event for elementary-age children and their families.

More than 150 graduate students volunteer with hands-on activities that are intended to motivate children to create, explore, discover and learn. Activities included cow-milking, butter-making and digging for fake dinosaur bones.

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