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Mar 12

Sprouting seeds in preschool

As we get closer and closer to spring time, the preschool students are beginning to learn about plants and seeds. They started a science experiment to sprout seeds. We followed the experiment shown in this post. Click here to see it.

We covered a baking sheet with 3 paper towels and liberally sprayed the towels with water. Then we put bean seeds on the towels and covered them with 3 more paper towels. We liberally sprayed these towels with water as well.

We put the tray in a sunny window. Now we wait to see if the seeds will sprout.

To be continued…

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  1. Nanette

    We start chitting our seed potatoes tomorrow and hope to start posting about it on our blog but we have already been on the hunt for Spring, come have a look: http://littleboybluetoddleschool.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/spring-hunt.html

  2. Kelly at Little Wonders' Days

    I’ve never thought about sprouting seeds this way, but it’s really a neat idea. I know my kids would find it fascinating. Thanks for sharing at the After School Link up.

  3. Tracey@We-Made-That

    Oh I can’t wait to see the sprouts as I am sure the kids are too! Thanks so much for sharing on We Made That!

  4. Genny Upton @ Parent Teach Play

    Thanks for sharing on the After School Link-Up! I’m featuring your post this week on Parent Teach Play: http://www.parentteachplay.com/after-school-activities-for-spring/ and I’ll be pinning your post, too. Please feel free to stop by and grab a featured button. Thanks again!

  5. Brenna Phillips

    Thanks for commenting and for re-posting and pinning. I will link back to the post.

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