These seed starter pots are perfect for the classroom and provide a valuable real life hands on way for kids to learn about how plants grow.

DIY Seed Starter Pots You Can Do in the Classroom

These seed starter pots are perfect for the classroom and provide a valuable real life hands on way for kids to learn about how plants grow.

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12 Easiest Plants for Kids to Grow

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Fast Growing Seeds for Kids - these ideas help prevent kids losing interest while waiting for seeds to grow!

Try these fast growing seeds if you're working with kids!

Fast Growing Seeds for Kids - these ideas help prevent kids losing interest while waiting for seeds to grow!

Carrots in a bottle are a great take home project for kids. Carrot tops will sprout new leaves in just a day or two in this warm, humid environment, too.

Carrots in a bottle are a great take home project for kids. Carrot tops will sprout new leaves in just a day or two in this warm, humid environment, too.

The Ultimate Egg Carton Seed Starter for Kids. This indoor seed starter is super easy for kids to make, and works as a visual reminder of what has been planted. Such a fun spring seed activity to do together! From Rain or Shine Mamma.

The Ultimate Egg Carton Seed Starter for Kids

The Ultimate Egg Carton Seed Starter for Kids. This indoor seed starter is super easy for kids to make, and works as a visual reminder of what has been planted. Such a fun spring seed activity to do together! From Rain or Shine Mamma.

Parts of a plant: we did this in Playschool a few weeks ago with kids ages 1-5 and took our time talking about the various things a plant needs to grow as we added each one and then our labels. We added a label for the stem, one for the leaf, and the petals. For the flower petals we used cupcake liners, a great activity for kids especially preschool age that's interactive, educational, and fun! A great precursor to planting real flowers or plants in the classroom or home as we did yesterday!

Parts of a plant: we did this in Playschool a few weeks ago with kids ages 1-5 and took our time talking about the various things a plant needs to grow as we added each one and then our labels. We added a label for the stem, one for the leaf, and the petals. For the flower petals we used cupcake liners, a great activity for kids especially preschool age that's interactive, educational, and fun! A great precursor to planting real flowers or plants in the classroom or home as we did yesterday!

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