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  1. Robyn Wright of Robyn’s Online World
    March 10, 2013

    We always love doing science experiments too – even still. I agree about not giving them the whole “recipe” for the experiment. That is like telling them how the magic trick is done before you even show them the trick.

    I did my first science fair project in 1st grade about this subject too. “How My Plants & Seeds Grow”. I have the report – I will have to scan it and share it someday.

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  2. Liz
    March 10, 2017

    My first grade son just came home with an 83% on a science worksheet. The question said circle the things a seed needs to begin to grow. The choices were water, warmth, light and air. My son, being a science geek, circled water and warmth. He lost 17% because he did not circle light. I just jotted off a note to his teacher to reconsider his grade. In the meantime, I will let him devise his own experiment so that he can see for himself that he was indeed right.

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    • Tara Ziegmont
      March 12, 2017

      Well, it doesn’t require light to sprout, but it does require light to grow, so I could see it from either side.

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