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    What does hands on activities mean?

    Dear Teacher! I have read it in an article: Each area of the zoo offerrs insight into the life of these animals along with special exhibits and hands-on activities to enjoy at certain times of the year...

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    Re: What does hands on activities mean?

    Your thread title omits the essential hyphen which you have correctly used in your post.

    hands-on adj.
    1. having, needing, or involving active personal participation:hands-on experience with computers.
    (Collins)

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    You wrote 'I have read it in an article'. In future please tell us the source of any text you quote.

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