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Botany: Discover the Secrets Inside
6 complete chapters
“Discover the Secrets Inside” is an engaging series that your child will look forward to, day after day.
Suitable for grades 1 through 8.
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Here’s what your child will experience as he works through each workbook:
- Hands-on discovery activities
- Expression through art
- Vocabulary words learned
- Room to articulate and write conclusions
This method will satisfy your child’s natural curiosity, sense of wonder and the satisfaction that he needs when he hears, “Good job!”.
Six chapters full of fun botany lessons
Your kids will almost forget they are in school!
Shhhh, don’t tell them but look at all the information they will learn.
- develop a connection from seed (monocot or dicot) to the plant.
- vocabulary-mono-cot, di-cot, epi-cotyl, hypocotyl, cotolyden,
- identify leaves as food
- discover that certain veggies are leaves
- vocabulary-petiole, blade, simple leaf, compound leaf, leaf bud, photosynthesis, chlorophyll
- experiment growing an onion or garlic
- identify vegetable roots in produce aisle of grocery store
- vocabulary and identification-xylem, phloem
- detailed instructions on how to grow carrots
- discover edible flowers from the grocery store
- dissect flowers for identification of parts
- vocabulary words-stamen, pollen, pistil, reproduce, anther, petal, sepal, ovary,
- identify xylem and phloem in stem
- conclude a connection of a continuation of xylem and phloem from roots
- vocabulary-xylem and phloem
- be able to discuss whether a strawberry is a fruit or stem
- be able to discuss whether a potato is a root or a stem
- instructions on how to grow sweet potatoes
- student will use previously learned vocabulary to understand this “wrap up” lesson, connecting seed to fruit cycle
- identify blossom end and stem end of fruit
- do fruits grow right side up or upside down?
- is the part we eat a fruit? or a stem?
- is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable?
- vocabulary-carpel, placenta,
- discussion whether we can grow certain fruit from a seed
- discussion about grains are fruit
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I believe that you can design a peaceful lifestyle while you homeschool, complete with a garden if you want, and meals that will make the best memories you ever could imagine!
I homeschooled seven kids through high school, starting them all with a lot of planned, hands-on activities. Then, I centered subjects around the activities. That gave them lots of room for their natural curiosity to be satisfied as they learned about God’s world.
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