Based on an out-of-print book, “Grocery Store Botany” by Joan Elma Rahn
The Secret Inside Stems Unit Study, by Deborah Schreffler
24 PRINTABLE pages that will take your child on an amazing journey of discovery.
Continue The Secret Inside series with lots of wonder with this botany unit study that has been done for you!
This is one chapter in the unit study series, “The Secret Inside”. Each unit is complete with the teacher’s instructions and the lesson is completely integrated into the workbook pages. The method of allowing your child to wonder and discover is tried and true. My own children discovered important facts about plants and the secrets inside plants with this series of unit studies that I created.
This could be the start of a whole new world of botany for your child!
When you give your child room to wonder, explore, and discover, you are giving him a sturdy peg to hang all the rest of the facts on. The peg will serve your child for years to come as he progresses through further studies concerning biology. This botany unit study about roots will be part of a good, foundational study of simple botany.
Here are a few details about The Secret Inside Stems
Your child will discover the secret of xylem and phloem inside stems and they will be amazed. They will learn that strawberries and potatoes are stems. The unit studies are designed to allow the student to discover the secrets and draw their own conclusions. Then, there are opportunities to draw and write about what they learned. The pages include colorful images and workbook-style pages to write in. Each chapter ends with instructions on how to plant and grow a veggie.
The whole book is coming soon!
When the chapters are complete, they will be combined into one large book. I plan to make it available as a whole notebook or the same version for you to print. Subscribe to stay informed. Subscribers get coupons and freebies.
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I am sure that you and your child are about to create a treasure that will last a lifetime.