Monday, February 20, 2012

Plant Photo Diary

photo via rubber road adventures
As a class, create a plant photo diary, documenting the growth of a vegetable. Have each child plant a seed (green beans, corn, or peas work best) in a plastic cup, wrapped with a wet paper towel. As the plant grows, take a photo of it. Have the kids draw a picture of the changes occurring in their science notebook, labeling the parts. Underneath their drawing, have them write a reflection of what they see, describing the changes in the plant. Visit Rubber Road Adventures to find out how to make a paper bag book!

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