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In this outdoor activity and bingo-like game, learners explore why and how seeds spread far from the plants that produce them.
Film Canister Farming
In this hands-on botany activity, learners sprout vegetables in film canisters.
Growing Plants: Track Their GrowthAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners will be working with predictions with a time frame of one week, or longer. Start by planting seedlings.
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.
Grow a Garden in a GloveAdd to list Details
Learners use a transparent plastic glove as a container to grow seeds. A different kind of seed can be planted in each finger.
From the Ground Up
In this plant science activity, learners conduct four experiments to observe how plants respond to sunlight and gravity.
Seed AdaptationsAdd to list Details
By participating in a seed scavenger hunt, learners examine many adaptations of seeds, including how many seeds a plant makes, how those seeds travel to new locations, and what protects them from pred
Egg Carton NurseryAdd to list Details
In this activity, young learners will make their own flower seed nursery in an egg carton.
Seeds: Roots and Shoots
In this indepth hands-on activity, learners build a structure that allows them to observe the growth of roots and the correlation between root growth and stem extension.