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Grass seed grown in an old CD case. Great for viewing the root system. #artprojectsforkids

Grass seed grown in an old CD case. Great for viewing the root system. #artprojectsforkids

Growing bean plants in CD cases so all the parts can be seen and labeled.

Growing bean plants in CD cases so all the parts can be seen and labeled.

We planted bean plants back in September, but as we approach Spring, many teachers are teaching the plant life cycle and parts of a plants now, so I thought I'd share the method I used, so maybe yo...

We planted bean plants back in September, but as we approach Spring, many teachers are teaching the plant life cycle and parts of a plants now, so I thought I'd share the method I used, so maybe yo...

sprout seeds or beans in cd cases.

sprout seeds or beans in cd cases.

Kids will love sprouting their own seeds in a plastic baggie! With just a few materials, kids can watch seeds sprout by germinating seeds in a bag. via @lifeovercs

Kids will love sprouting their own seeds in a plastic baggie! With just a few materials, kids can watch seeds sprout by germinating seeds in a bag. via @lifeovercs

Art Projects for Kids: Grass in a CD Case

Art Projects for Kids: Grass in a CD Case

Looking for a simple, fun science experiment you can do at home? Explore the plant cycle in your kitchen!

Looking for a simple, fun science experiment you can do at home? Explore the plant cycle in your kitchen!

Sommer Pride: Greenhouses! {FREEBIE} Cute, way to have students plant plants

Sommer Pride: Greenhouses! {FREEBIE} Cute, way to have students plant plants

Seed Germination Activity -- Watch Seeds Grow in a Jar and record it in a free printable journal!

Seed Germination Activity -- Watch Seeds Grow in a Jar and record it in a free printable journal!

Grow lima beans from a bag! Take a ziplock bag, place a paper towel inside, then staple across the bag (leaving one inch from the bottom so the roots can spread). Then add the beans and moisten the paper towel. Watch it grow! Students can jot their observations and collect data. After the roots come out, plant it in a milk carton. Enjoy!

Grow lima beans from a bag! Take a ziplock bag, place a paper towel inside, then staple across the bag (leaving one inch from the bottom so the roots can spread). Then add the beans and moisten the paper towel. Watch it grow! Students can jot their observations and collect data. After the roots come out, plant it in a milk carton. Enjoy!