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Young asian boy blowing dandelion seeds

Activities: Activities, Communicating, Experiments, Watching and Reflecting,

Seeds on the Move

The movement of seeds away from mature/adult plants is called seed dispersal. When seeds are spread far and wide, both the parent plants and the seedlings have better access to space, water, sun and nutrients. Seed dispersal also contributes to biodiversity and provides valuable food for many animal species. Read more about seed dispersal and […]

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Growing new lettuce from lettuce in glasses on windowsill

Activities: Activities, Communicating, Experiments, Watching and Reflecting,

Grow Food from Food

Did you know that you can sprout food out of scraps? It’s true! Try Potato the Chicken’s lettuce experiment with a lettuce core. Lettuce try our best! Key concepts: lettuce, experiments, activities, companion planting

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Image of macro pepper seedlings in soil

Activities: Activities, Communicating, Experiments, Watching and Reflecting,

Little Greenhouse

Greenhouses are fascinating structures that allow plants to grow in a controlled environment allowing plants to grow no matter the temperature outside. Find out more about greenhouses with this activity where you get to build your very own greenhouse! First, watch this video:  Then download the greenhouse template that’s located here. Be sure to log […]

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Young boy watches an egg submerged in vinegar

Activities: Activities, Communicating, Experiments, Watching and Reflecting,

Bouncy Egg

Can vinegar really make an egg bounce? Try it for yourself with Potato the Chicken’s bouncy egg experiment. Let’s get egg-sploring! Key concepts: eggs, bounce, experiments, activities, companion planting

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Reduce Reuse and Recycle symbols overlaid on an image of a forest from above

Activities: Activities, Communicating, Outdoor Experiences, Watching and Reflecting,

Waste Warriors

Calling all Waste Warriors! Nature recycles everything. Nothing is created or destroyed, it is just transformed. There is no “waste” in nature because, sooner or later, all organic matter becomes food for living organisms. Sadly, the same cannot be said for many human-made materials—such as some plastics. Discover activities and information on how to become […]

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Image of a bee pollinating a purple flower

Activities: Activities, Communicating, Experiments, Watching and Reflecting,

Powerful Pollinators

Bees are not only important for making honey! Bees and other pollinators are crucial to plants, and plants are crucial to life as we know it. But these pollinators are under threat due to stressors such as loss of habitat, pesticides, and climate change. Watch the video and download the activities and discussion guide to […]

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