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Earth Art Designs for Kids to Make

Earth Art Designs for Kids to Make | hands on : as we grow

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How to plan your garden classroom

How to plan your garden classroom {from Nurturestore} I like the idea of having the children draw design plans for the garden.

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showing water moving through plants.... WAY cooler than the typical white carnations or celery!!

Kindergarten xylem water movement demonstation with napa cabbage and dyed water - 1

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Spring Kids' Craft: Sticks and Tissue Paper Blossoms

Spring Blossoms made from sticks and tissue paper. A fun craft to make that looks beautiful too!

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Letter S Craft

Letter S Craft...S is for Seeds. Great as a letter S Craft or a beautiful seed mosaic in any shape.

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Fun Classroom Activities and Experiments to Interest Children / Kids in Growing Plants

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35 Seed Activities for Young Kids

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Parts of a Flower Craft

This craft was super simple and quick to do, but a great ‘hands-on’ craft for our preschooler to remember the parts of a flower. Our focus was learning about four parts: flower, leaves, stem and roots and the supplies we used are just as simp

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Kandice is a teacher at The Mellon Patch Preschool and Child Care in Hampton, SC. She tell us, "In our garden we plant several different types of vegetables, many vegetables that children may not get a chance to taste on a normal basis. Some of our vegetables we have planted now are radishes, banana peppers, tomatoes, hot peppers. We discuss how planting a garden feeds us. We also discuss the many different ways that we have to care for the vegetables so they will grow." #diggingdeeper

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