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Science & Sensory: Seasons > Spring

Seeds added 8-8-98 Original Author Unknown

Set out several different types of seeds, and some magnifying glasses. Allow the children to explore the seeds, and tell you some of the differences and likenesses among seeds of different types.


Seed Viewers added 3-13-99 Original Author Unknown

Need: Clear Plastic Cup, Black construction Paper, Paper Towels, Bean seeds

Use a clear plastic cup that is 6-12 inches tall. Cut black construction paper so that it fits inside, up against the cup walls. Fill the center with wadded up paper towels. "Plant" bean seeds between the cup walls and construction paper, about 1/2 - 2/3 down. Water the paper towels and keep MOIST. Bean seeds will grow and you can view root growth, what happens to seeds, etc. They can grow quite large and will be fine as long as you keep paper towels moist.


Potato Planters added 3-13-99 Original Author Unknown

Need: Potato, Misc. craft Supplies, Potting Soil, Grass Seed

Scoop out some of the potato before you give it to the children. Let the children make a face with the pipe cleaners, yarn and eyes. When they have finished add the soil and grass seed, when the grass grows your potato has hair.


Hello Spring! added 3-13-02 Submitted by: Judy Lambert

Enjoy a walk around your school to discover all the wonderful changes that Spring brings.  Upon your return to your classroom, ask the children to recall the things they noticed on their Spring walk. For special children who have difficulty verbalizing, have pictures of things you plan to call attention to on your walk so that all the children can participate.  After revisiting your discovery walk through pictures, enjoy this song:

Hello Spring Time.


Sung to: "Good Night Ladies"

Hello spring time
Hello spring time
Hello spring time
We're glad spring time is here.

Hello flowers
Hello flowers  
Hello flowers
We're glad spring time is here!

Hello green grass... We're glad spring time is here.
Hello birds... We're glad spring time is here.
(To finish song, repeat first verse after you have said hello to all the spring things the children can think of.)


Spring Sensory added 2-10-04 Submitted by: Angela Vargas

Fill sensory table with dirt or sand, provide bulbs, shovels and buckets for the children to pretend to plant.  May also include small plastic rakes, like the short ones that come with sand box items.



 

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