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Homeschool nature crafts

Simple Craft Greenhouse

We planted seeds inside this year in preparation for our vegetable garden, but we missed out on watching the first stages of the seed life cycle! ⁣

So we made a few of these simple greenhouses and have them hanging on the windows. Each morning the kids grab their Garden Journal from @raising_up_wild_things and note down the changes that they see. ⁣In a couple more days we are going to try and transplant it into soil. No idea if it will survive the move. ⁣
What you need:⁣
• seed (peas, green beans and sunflower all germinate quickly) ⁣
• plastic bag ⁣
• paper-towel ⁣
• water ⁣
• paper ⁣

1. Soak a folded piece of paper towel in water. Place 2 seeds on the paper towel. ⁣
2. Place the towel and seeds inside of a sealable plastic bag and do your best to release as much air as possible before sealing. This will help the seeds stay on the paper towel when you hang it. ⁣
3. Decorate a piece of paper (card stock is best) however you would like. We cut ours slightly to have the shape of a house. ⁣
4. Cut out the middle and tape your pastic bag behind it. Hang somewhere that gets sunlight! ⁣
5. Watch your plant grow!⁣

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