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  • Jerri Waltz Rupert

    Grow a Lima bean plant in a CD case. Then label it with a paint pen, cute idea for young kids.

  • Nicole Hand

    Great Science Idea- using old cd cases to grow beans. Then can use a sharpie or dry erase marker to label parts of the plant for older kids.

  • Danielle Ruff

    using old cd cases to grow beans. Then can use a sharpie or dry erase marker to label parts of the plant for older kids... Start growing a seed at the beginning of the school year and watch it go through the plant life cycle... Transplant when needed and continue to grow

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