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Nature Study - Gardens eBook Sample

Nature Study - Gardens eBook Sample

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Outdoor Hour Challenge Garden Flowers Ebook
http://handbookofnaturestudy.blogspot.com/2009/07/new-outdoor-hour-challenge-ebook-garden_27.html
Outdoor Hour Challenge Garden Flowers Ebook
http://handbookofnaturestudy.blogspot.com/2009/07/new-outdoor-hour-challenge-ebook-garden_27.html

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Published by: Barb on Mar 05, 2011
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Outdoor Hour ChallengeNature Study For the Whole FamilyGarden Flower and Plant Challenges
Written by Barbara McCoy
 
Table of ContentsIntroductory Letter Page 6A Few Words About Nature Journals Page 8Outdoor Hour General Instructions Page 9Supplies for the Garden Flowers Challenges Page 10Challenge 1 Start Your Engines..I Mean Seeds Page 11Challenge 2 Learning the Flower Parts Page 14Challenge 3 Pressing Flowers Page 16Challenge 4 How to Draw Flowers Page 19Challenge 5 Learning Leaf Parts Page 22Challenge 6 Looking for Pollen Page 25Challenge 7 Seed Germination Page 28Challenge 8 Seeds and Weeds Page 30Challenge 9 Sunflower Seeds Page 33Challenge 10 Sunflower Study and Art Page 35Garden Flowers Wrap-Up Page 37Materials and Resources Page 38
 
 Dear Friends,The Outdoor Hour Challenges aredifferent from any other nature study program. These challenges are writtenfor the parent, encouraging them toinvolve the whole family in nature study.All ages will benefit from workingthrough these garden challenges.Gardening, especially with flowers,introduces children to a whole world toexplore. Within the garden realm lies notonly beauty in shapes and colors but also
a complex web of life. From seed back to seed again, the flower’s growing cycle will continue
and our children will begin to understand the role of seeds, flowers, and plants in nature. Thistruly is nature study that can be done right outside your own back door.Each challenge will give you simple instructions and you will learn that growing plants fromseeds is easy. Follow the directions on the seed packet for seed planting depth, watering, andtransplanting. Good first flower choices are sunflowers, zinnias, marigolds, and petunias.Generally, you can grow just about anything in a little cup or pot as long as it gets some sunand a little water each day. If it is still cold at night where you live, you may want to sproutyour seeds indoors.There are many lessons to be learned in the garden.Giving the opportunity for your children to see thewonder of life in a seed is a gift they will treasurefor a lifetime.

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