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How Plants GrowAdd to list Details
In this biology activity (page 3 of the PDF), learners will explore how plants turn sunlight into food through a process called photosynthesis.
In this activity, learners will make seed orbs to grow new trees and plants. Learners will explore ecology and life cycles as well as stewardship through this activity.
Extinct!: Are You Smarter than a Plant?
In this online activity, learners find out whether they are smart enough to survive as a plant.
Grass Seed Hair Cups
In this activity learners will plant grass seed and track the growth of the grass over time.
In this activity, learners use food scraps from the kitchen to grow new vegetables.
In this activity, learners will dissect a pumpkin or winter squash to learn the parts of the plant. This activity gets your learner hands on with every part of the plant and will be messy.
Make a Friend from Soil and Seeds
Learners assemble a figure from a nylon stocking or sock stuffed with soil and seeds. The ends of the nylons inside the jar absorb water, which feeds the grass seeds.
Germination StationAdd to list Details
In this botany activity, learners will create an experiment about seed germination. This activity gives students an opportunity to explore how seeds germinate and react to surrounding conditions.
Try Growing Your Own Mold
This is a hands-on activity that uses bread and household materials to grow mold. Learners collect dust from a room, wipe it on food, and contain it. One to seven days later, mold has grown.