In our Roots & Shoots after school club this past spring, TASIS Lower School students studied endangered animals and learned many facts about them. We also explored various ways to help change things for a more positive outcome. Even though we did not live close to all of the animals we learned about, we did learn that we still have an impact. We also learned that we can make positive changes to help for a better future.Using recycled paper, wire, and plaster rolls, each student picked an animal to make. It took many weeks and a lot of perseverance, but we were all very proud of the outcome. We even presented at a Lower School assembly to share our animals and facts about how to help them.