Plant a Garden in Your Sneaker!

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Learning Triangle Press, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 60 pages
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Fun designs, containers made from cool castoffs, and easy-to-follow directions motivate kids to learn about natural sciences as they plant and care for their own unique gardens. Plant life cycles, recycling, the components of soil, and the role of earthworms all come into play as children learn how to sprout seeds and bulbs, make their own compost, and nurture a variety of flowers, vegetables, and other greenery. Full color.

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User Review  - cfaylor - LibraryThing

This is a science activity book that includes twenty science activities that can be created. The activities are broken up into indoor, outdoor, or indoor/outdoor projects and the activities are simple ... Read full review

Contents

Sprout Off
2
Its a Dry Life
10
Lettuce Eat
16
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About the author (1998)

Burns is a teacher and author of 14 nonfiction books.

Burns has master gardener experience.

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