We usually do a craft, but this time I decided on an experiment, that actually was two experiments in one. The one thing about experiments is sometimes they take longer than a few hours, and this was one of those. If you leave this experiment for about a week, it will go all the way to the leaves. To help learn about how plants get nutrients from their roots to their leaves, you can do this celery experiment. You could actually use white roses or carnations, which would be really awesome, but we didn;t have any of those. The second part of the experiment, which we have actually done before so we sent it home with the other family is to take the bottom of the celery, the root basically, dig a hole and plant it. It will magically grow back. This actually works for onions, potatoes and lettuce as well. We even had broccoli and cabbage grow this way.
We got in a nice nature walk too, and lots of play time at the park.