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💡Skill: Planting and growing helps children make connections and ask “I wonder” questions, which builds curiosity!
Did you know you can get plants to sprout roots and leaves, right at home? Use the leftover parts of green, white, or yellow onions, garlic, or romaine lettuce, and grow some roots!
☑ Empty jar, glass, or plastic container
☑ The bottom of an onion (or other “sproutable food” you have at home)
☑ Observation Journal
Here’s how to explain this activity to your child:
Use our observation journal printable to keep track of how the onion or vegetable sprouts, or grab some paper and create your own journal.
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