Flowers

There are so many opportunities to incorporate plants into kids projects - as they can be used in just about any type of project. Art work can be created by using the colors and textures of plants such as flowers or fall leaves as inspiration or by incorporating plants into the artwork - for instance in leaf rubbings, apple prints, sun prints or in collages.

Kids will also have fun doing science experiments with plants. Growing plants from seed is fascinating for small children - it is magical to see a plant emerge from such a tiny seed. But this isn’t the only way that plants can be used in science experiments. You can make dyes from root vegetables, turn flowers different colors and much more

Related Books

Flower Fairies of the Summer, by Cicely Mary Barker amazon
How Flowers Grow (Usborne Beginners, Level 1), by Emma Helbrough amazon
My, Oh My--A Butterfly!: All About Butterflies (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library), by Tish Rabe amazon
Butterfly Butterfly: A Book of Colors, by Petr Horacek amazon
Caterpillar Spring, Butterfly Summer: 10th Anniversary Edition, by Susan Hood amazon
Grow Flower, Grow!, by Lisa Bruce amazon
Crystals and Crystal Growing (MIT Press), by Phylis Morrison amazon
The Boy Who Grew Flowers, by Jennifer Wojtowicz amazon
From Caterpillar to Butterfly  (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science, Stage 1), by Deborah Heiligman amazon
DK Eyewitness Books: Crystal & Gem, by R.F. Symes amazon
Planting a Rainbow, by Lois Ehlert amazon
The Tiny Seed (The World of Eric Carle), by Eric Carle amazon
Planting a Rainbow, by Lois Ehlert amazon
The Flower Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta's Alphabet Books), by Jerry Pallotta amazon