|Spring into life by discovering all the exciting ideas
that involve the season Spring! Baby animals are born, plants
begin to grow, flowers are blooming, and everything is full of
life. Explore fun websites about Spring. Then challenge
yourself with the "Make a Plant Parts Salad" mission.
|What's all the BUZZ
about! Bees are
on the go in Spring and this wonderful website will tell you all about
them. You can also learn about a bee's most important job; making
|Baby animals are born
in the Spring. Baby
animals have different names then their adult parents do. Go
to this great site to learn more.
|Bugs are important
in the Spring. They help out flowers and plants by scattering
pollen all about. There are many different kinds with many
|What is red with black
dots? Or is it black with red spots? Use this website about
to tell me which one it is.
|One of the tiniest
birds becomes active in the Spring. Hummingbirds
are beautiful little creatures. This fun site is informative and
full of activities.
|Plants grow in the
Spring. Do you know the parts of a plant?
Test your knowledge here.
|Who is the favorite
bunny to see in the Spring? It's the Easter Bunny!
Go to this site to read about the story of the Easter Bunny. It's
home page is full of bunny info. too.
are interesting and fun to watch. This site is just for
kids to learn more about these amazing insects.
are full of fun in the Spring. This special site details
all our frog friends in Georgia
||Plants are the fastest growing things to
be seen in the Spring. Learn about the different parts of a plant
and which parts are eaten the most!
of the plant are labeled and defined at this site. Use the
dictionary to learn more!
Here is your exciting mission. Find out all you can about a plant's different parts. Leaves, stems, flowers, and roots, are all examples of parts of a plant. Gain more knowledge from the plant parts game. Think about yummy parts of plants we might eat. Now we will combine those plant parts to make a great treat. We'll make a plant parts salad.1. Learn about the parts of a plant.
Once you have learned how to make this salad, you can try making it at home with real vegetables. Show your mom, dad, or grandparents how you can eat healthy by eating different plant parts!
2. Look at plant cut-outs.
3. Label the different parts of the plant.
4. Combine the different parts to make a salad.
5. Glue or tape the cut out vegetables on the paper plate.
6. Take pictures of your creation to view on the computer.
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