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... your home or garden? We already know that plants and flowers need water to grow and live, but what happens after that? Find out what really occurs when you...
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... garden and you may even have a harvest in a few months’ time. kindergarten, science, gardening...
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... easel near a garden or tree. Otherwise, try setting up near a window with a view. Be sure that your child is wearing old clothing or a smock to protect clothing, and...
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... ground, and elsewhere in the garden to find a variety of seeds. Good seeds to look for would be: dandelion seeds, milkweed seeds, maples, acorns, and burdock. And...
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... vegetable: kidney bean, cauliflower, broccoli, and carrot Paint a vegetable garden or farm Paint the body parts that benefit from vegetables, such as your eyes or...
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... Wayside Garden’s south gate, the one off I-8, seems to be opening into two Ivy Corner yards.” fourth grade, reading, social studies...
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... go outside? Tired of playing in the garden? Now you can see beautiful butterflies indoors too! Create a butterfly mobile for hanging anywhere in the home -- and...
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... something like, "In my house, we even recycle some food to help make soil for the garden!" Hang the poster in your kitchen and brainstorm with your child...
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... and waiting for it to get hot, put the bucket under the tap. Use this to water plants or fill pet water dishes. Grow a vegetable garden. Use natural pest...
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... your backyard garden for ingredients, here's a classic carrot salad served in a “basket” made from fresh, seasonal asparagus. Invite your child to...
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... the garden. A homemade ladybug costume is also a quick and easy costume solution for kids of any age. You can probably find most, if not all, of the things you&rsquo...
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...From butterflies in the garden to animals at the zoo, kids are drawn to wildlife. Get birds flocking to your backyard with this homemade bird feeder. Almost every...
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.... Your child will love playing "barber," as the sprouting green hair grows longer and longer! second grade, garden, gardening, grass, craft, craft project, activity...
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.... Help your child hook up a garden hose outside, and make sure it reaches where you will be washing dogs. Look for a nonslip surface area such as grass or sidewalk where...
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... bare or static background. If you're doing this activity in the spring, take a nature walk with your child to find wildflowers or flowers from your own garden to...
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... (from garden stores) or grocery store potatoes Knife Scissors Compost and soil Shovel What You Do: Place two potatoes in a warm spot and give them...
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... them on a platter with fall colored leaves (faux or real ones), berries, and other festive foliage you might have in your backyard or garden. Adding a few pillar...
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... about a flower, a garden, a bird, a cloud, or some other aspect of nature. She could also write about a friend, a favorite book or some other topic that inspires her...
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... florist! Put out flower pots, potting soil, and, if possible, discarded flowers from a florist for a realistic and aromatic touch. Grow an herb garden. Introduce...
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... conscious. Plant a container garden. Cut the tops off clean pint-sized milk cartons or 20-oz soda bottles and fill with soil to create the planters. Make one...

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