Seeds, Flowers, and Trees: Science in Art, Song, and Play Paperback – Mar 1 1996
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An abundant resource for elementary grade school teachers, this book contains a variety of enjoyable and educational activities that encourage youngsters ages 4-8 to learn about science through trees, flowers, and seeds. By providing a multidisciplinary, meaningful learning experience combining art, math, science, and other subjects, Seeds, Flowers, and Trees gives children the opportunity to make their own discoveries in their own ways. Activities include making a model tree that changes with the seasons; having a "Tree-Tasting Party" (eating apple pie, cherry pie and other food that comes from trees); creating models of sunflowers, tulips, daffodils, and daisies; drawing pictures of things we eat that come from seeds; and making fruit necklaces using paper shapes and real fruit seeds.