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You can reinforce lessons on plant roots with educational and engaging interactive activities that enhance his understanding of how plants grow.
Reading About Plant Roots Reading with your child about the roots of plants can help your child better understand how they work.
For kids ages 4 and older, "Roots Plant Parts Series ," by Vijaya Bodach, provides s randolph edmonds playwriting awards introductory look at how roots help plants grow. Schwartz, teaches kids about plant roots that we can eat, such as carrots, radishes and yams.
Exploring the Garden Take your child to dig up edible plant roots from your backyard vegetable garden. Give your child a child-size gardening tool and show her how to dig up some of the plants to expose the edible roots.
Show her the nonedible roots of other vegetables as well, such as lettuce and celery, so she can see how roots grow. Roots in the Kitchen Bring some edible plant roots home to get cooking in the kitchen with your child. You can make any number of dishes using plant roots such as carrots, potatoes, radishes, beets, turnip and sweet potatoes.
Choose kid-friendly recipes that your child can help you make.
One idea is cut up a bunch of root vegetables into bite-size pieces and let your child help you toss them with seasoning, olive oil and a little honey. Roast the vegetables until tender at about degrees Fahrenheit. When they cool slightly, you can serve as a side dish or as a finger food snack.
You could also make sweet potato fries by helping your child to peel and slice the potatoes into thin strips.
Ensure that your child already knows how to use a small kitchen knife and supervise him closely. If he has not handled kitchen knives yet, cut them up yourself. Your child can help toss the fries in a little olive oil and season with salt and pepper or cinnamon before baking them at F until they are crispy and golden brown.
Plant Root Learning Activities Create games that help him remember the importance of plant roots and also what plant roots are edible. Use index cards for the words and cut out pictures of various plant roots. For a hands-on activity, give your child a packet of seeds and a pot of soil to grow his own plant.
Use a clear plastic container, with holes poked into the bottom, if possible. That way, your child can see the root system grow. If you choose an edible plant, choose something that grows in a pot well, such as cucumbers, peas, tomatoes and strawberries. Schwartz About the Author Based in Los Angeles, Zora Hughes has been writing travel, parenting, cooking and relationship articles since Her work includes writing city profiles for Groupon.
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In , Carolyn’s playwriting projects take her to Portugal, England, and Scotland. In July, her play Reticence was performed in Lisbon as part of the Disquiet International Short Play Award.
Next, she will be Playwright in Residence at Sell A Door Theatre Company in London from September –July through the support of the Fulbright LUSK Award.
Feb 27, · NADSA’s Student One Act Play Competition is named in honor of its founder, S. Randolph Edmonds (), recognized as the Dean of Black Educational Theatre.
From a career that spanned over 40 years as an educator, playwright and scholar, Edmonds wrote over 40 plays, most of which were one-acts.