The Kitchen Garden Experiment From Food Scraps

kaleyann_KitchenGardenVertical_1When I saw  this picture, it took me back to when I was a little girl.  I remembered doing this with my mother.   I enjoyed watching  all the different stages of  each plant.

This blogger has well picture-documented blog about this kitchen Science experiment she had with her daughter.  The pictures  are self explainable and they are very motivational.  I am planning to make one with my two kids soon!


If you want to extend gardening activity with your young children, this is the blog for force blooming bulbs.

IMG_0656Here, this blogger has step by step easy  instructions on how do the science experiment and it comes with free printable worksheet.


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