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In this biology activity (page 3 of the PDF), learners will explore how plants turn sunlight into food through a process called photosynthesis.
As a model of acid rain, learners water plants with three different solutions: water only, vinegar only, vinegar-water mixture.
In this hands-on botany activity, learners sprout vegetables in film canisters.
In this activity, learners will be working with predictions with a time frame of one week, or longer. Start by planting seedlings.
In this creativity-based activity, learners imagine what the Earth will look like in the near and distant future, then design their own future habitat and creatures that may live there.
In this activity, learners explore the structure of plant leaves. Learners find out what happens when they coat either the top or bottom sides of leaves with petroleum jelly.
In this online activity, learners find out whether they are smart enough to survive as a plant.
In this outdoor activity and game, learners collect and sort leaf samples to determine how many types of plants grow in the activity site.
In this outdoor, sunny day activity, learners experiment with paper leaf models to discover how some desert plants conserve water.
Discover how the salt in soil affects plant growth with a few seeds, some cotton, and salt. In this hands-on activity, you will plant seeds in 2 different kinds of soil, containing more or less salt.
In this activity, learners use food scraps from the kitchen to grow new vegetables.
In this activity, learners investigate how plants use water. By making the flowers change color, learners see how water moves up the stem to the leaves and the flowers.
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.
Learners make a "menu" of any plants in their lunch for Monday through Friday and draw the plants from their lunch.
In this activity, learners conduct a scientific investigation involving decomposition and discover that the life cycle of trash is affected by its organic or inorganic nature.
In this outdoor activity, learners discover that plants aren't just shoots (stem, branches, leaves, and flowers) growing above ground, but contain plenty of roots growing underground—more than half th
In this outdoor, ocean-side activity, learners investigate the distribution of organisms in the upper region of the intertidal zone.
In this activity, learners construct models of plants that are adapted to living under specific environmental conditions.
In this outdoor mapping activity, learners explore where plants grow and map plant-distribution patterns.