All About Seeds by Melvin Berger
An introductory book on seeds for
young readers. With colorful illustrations and lots of simple experiments (giving seeds water (or
sunlight or soil) vs. not giving seeds water (or sunlight or soil), etc.), this is a great book for
Indispensable for the budding botonist.
by Scholastic First Discovery Books
These two books are writen for younger readers. They include
several clear, plstic pages that change the scenes when turned. Just the right size for smaller
hands. A great series.
Plants that Never Ever Bloom and The Reason for a Flower by Ruth
These books both use rhyme to explore their topics. Lots of complex information
is introduced very simply.
"The joyful and inspiring board game about gardening for food and fun. Players
feed the soil, plant seeds, nurture the plants, have harvest festivals, and help each other through
natural disasters! Plant the largest garden and save the most seeds and you are the winner."
Pond Life Identification Kit
A wonderful, simple site.
Concepts Coloring Book
This printable online coloring book is absolutely fabulous! Drawn
like Striker's Anti-Coloring books, kids' imaginations will run wild! (post #793)
can easily be made out of cardboard, blotter paper, plywood, and a few adjustable straps.
Pots, soil, seeds and other