Britannica Discovery Library Volume 4 - The World Around Us by Pamela Dell (Author), Kathryn Harper and Mark Domke
By Pamela Dell (Author), Kathryn Harper and Mark Domke (Editors)
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Illustrations by Johanna Boccardo. Page 48: Photos: Corbis; (top right) Bernardo Bucci; (bottom left) Bradley Smith. Page 49: Photos: Corbis; (top left) Ed Bohon; (top right) Bernardo Bucci; (bottom left) Owaki—Kulla; (bottom right) Lew Robertson. © 2005, 2008 by Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. International Standard Book Number: 978-1-59339-823-1 (set) International Standard Book Number: 978-1-59339-827-9 (volume 4) No part of this work may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.
Does it have new flowers? Is it losing leaves? Are more insects crawling in it than last time you checked? 3 Use a small notebook or make your own by stapling blank pages between a constructionpaper cover. Put the date at the top of the page every time you write down something new about your adopted plant. You could include drawings of the changes. You might even add photographs. How does your plant look different as the season passes? If you watch your plant for a whole year, you will probably see a lot of changes!
Meanwhile, have a grown-up help you add lots of salt to a cup of hot water. Stir to mix it together and let the water cool. Now dip your brush in the saltwater and paint a thin layer of it over the paper filters. When they are dry, fold each paper filter in half. Then fold each one in half again. Finally, fold in half one last time. ” It is through play that children learn, as they are often much more receptive when the activities are fun, engaging, and things they have chosen to do. Being outside provides them different opportunities to sharpen their senses by seeing, touching, smelling, and hearing, all while moving around freely.