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Alphabet : C > Science

Carrot added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Have several carrots on hand - clean and cook some of the carrots - invite them to taste raw and cooked carrots - ask how they are alike and different. Take a survey - graph the results.
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Give each child a carrot - show them how to draw a simple carrot. Help them
describe a real carrot using all of their senses.


Grow a carrot added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Choose a carrot that still has green leaves and stems attached - cut the carrot 2" from the top - place in a shallow bowl - place pebbles around the carrot then half fill with water - set in a sunny window - new sprouts will appear in about a week. Once the carrot has sprouted - plant it in some soil and enjoy watching it grow.


Coal added 3-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Make coal or charcoal crystals. put coal or charcoal briquet in a tray - mix together 2 TBS each - salt, water, bluing (avail in the laundry section ) pour over coal or charcoal. Add drops of food coloring whever - coat each piece with a few drops of ammonia - the next morning you should see crystals beginning to form - if not repeat the process.


 



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