Let’s get our kids learning and growing, not just today, EVERYDAY!!!! I just have to say that I am blown away at the creative and writing talents of our guest writers in the Kids in the Garden; Learning and Growing Series. Betsy Finn is no exception. She is a master photographer, nature enthusiast, and amazing mom. Her blog, BPhotoArt.com, combines it all, creating a swoon worthy, inspirational read. She is here today to share with you a simple, but extremely effective science project to do with your children:Growing Romaine Lettuce from Kitchen Scraps. Grab your since journals and record the results. I know WE will be doing this very soon! ~Amanda
Growing Romaine Lettuce from Kitchen Scraps
The process is pretty simple, and ultimately, you can transplant these “new” plants to your garden once the weather permits. My toddler has been really excited to watch what would have become compost bring new growth and life. And, secretly, I think he enjoys the prospect of more lettuce to eat.
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