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Growth of a Plant: A Science Expedition

Science

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πŸ•“ 90 Mins.

πŸ“š Your Challange

This science challenge will explore the natural growth of a plant. You'll need to document the life-span of a simple house-plant, and draw conclusions regarding its growth, or lack thereof. You will then analyze the data you collect and come to a conclusion - can plants survive under different and changing circumstances?

🎯 Objectives

  • Plant a small seedling in a pot with soil and water it daily, once a week
  • Observe the plant daily for 1 month
  • Document the changes and growth of the plant: color, height, and number of leaves
  • Upload photos of the plant growth to show progress (or lack thereof)
  • Create a report in which you analyze the data collected and come to a conclusion

🎨 Supplies

Small seedling, pot with potting soil, water , Pen and paper/journal to document observations

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