Library Learning Patch - Children Discovering Nature
Week 13 - Grass and grass-like plants--continued
This week the children enjoyed hearing the book, Jack's Garden, as they ate their snack.
They learned all about dicots--di refers to the leaves inside the seed. Various plants were passed around and the parts examined--taproots, flowers, and leaves. Dicots grown in their garden include, peas, cabbage, tomatoes, peppers, basil, and sunflower seeds. Sunflower seeds are used for oil, snacks, and animal food.
|Learning about dicots|
Then, out to the garden to weed, water, and harvest while learning about dicots. Our crops are progressing nicely.
|Eager to work!|
|We'll soon have tomatoes!|
Check in next week to see more progress!