New Sensory Garden at Campus Fun and Learn Child Development Center helps kids learn about nature

A new Suffern garden project is helping students learn and appreciate nature. The Sensory Garden project at the Campus Fun and Learn Child Development Center

The Sensory Garden project at the Campus Fun

The Sensory Garden project at the Campus Fun and Learn Child Development Center will feature a variety of plants including a butterfly bush.

SUFFERN - A new Suffern garden project is helping students learn and appreciate nature.

The Sensory Garden project at the Campus Fun and Learn Child Development Center will feature a variety of plants including a butterfly bush.

Employees and interns from the tax advisory firm KPMG worked to build the garden.

The garden, which opens Friday, will provide a unique learning experience for kids aged 6 months to 5 years old.

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