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Topics: Plant reproduction, spores, seeds, gymnosperms, angiosperms, Jimson weed, columbine, crape Myrtle, crocus, clove, cork, cottonwood, cardamom, coca, worms, kimchi
Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5
*Spine books
*A spine book is the backbone of a study.
Botany for DummiesBotany For DummiesChapter 5
p. 81-83
Reproducing with spores
Spores vs. seeds
Gymnosperms
angiosperms
Trees, Leaves, Flowers and Seeds: A Visual Encyclopedia of the Plant KingdomTrees, Leaves, Flowers, and Seedsp. 20-21 How do seeds grow?
Wicked Plants: The Weed That Killed Lincoln's Mother and Other Botanical AtrocitiesWicked Plantsp. 63 Ibogap. 67 Jimson Weed

Wicked Plants Study Guide
p. 16-17 Word study
Wicked Plants Study Guide
p. 18-21 Color-by-Number
100 Flowers and How They Got Their Names 100 Flowersp. 45-46 Columbinep. 47-48 Crape Myrtlep. 49-50 Crocus
Lives of the Trees: An Uncommon HistoryLives of the Treesp. 91-93 Clovep. 103-105 Corkp. 106-108 Cottonwood
Fifty Plants that Changed the Course of HistoryFifty Plantsp. 68 Cardamomp. 70 Coca
Books
Worms Eat Our Garbage: Classroom Activities for a Better EnvironmentWorms Eat Our Garbagep. 18
p. 19
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p. 27
The Earth Moved: On the Remarkable Achievements of EarthwormsThe Earth Movedp. 31-44
How Plants Work: The Science Behind the Amazing Things Plants DoHow Plants WorkChapter 1Chapter 2Chapter 3Chapter 4Chapter 5
Botany in a Day: The Patterns Method of Plant IdentificationBotany in a DayContinue practicing plant identification with this book as desired.
A Gardener's Latin: The language of plants explainedA Gardener’s LatinBlue, Violet, and PurpleYellow and OrangeGreen and Brown
Botany in 8 LessonsBotany in 8 LessonsChapter 6: Plant Reproduction, Level 1 p. 51-59Chapter 6: Review
p. 60
Chapter 6: Plant Reproduction, Level 2 p. 61-66
Experiments, Labs, Activities, and Kits
Recipe:
Danish Cinnamon Snails (with cardamom)
Bottle Biology: Kimchi or Sauerkraut project
Printables
Videos
Hypnotic Cactus Flowers Blooming Time Lapse | Bored Panda Art

Up close with spores in ferns (reproduction in non-flowering plants)
Crash Course Biology: The Plants & The Bees: Plant Reproduction

5 of the World’s Most Bizarre Seeds
Got seeds? Just add bleach, acid and sandpaper – Mary Koga

Was Johnny Appleseed Wasting His Time?
My FAVORITE KIMCHI Recipe – A Small Batch DIY | FERMENTEDNature: What Plants Talk AboutNature: What Plants Talk About

Preview a section of this video:
NATURE | Plant Self-Defense | What Plants Talk About | PBS

Why Do Cottonwood Trees Produce Cotton | From the Ground Up
Websites
Reproduction in Plants Read
Nature, Journaling, and Art
Draw Like an Artist: 100 Flowers and Plants: Step-by-Step Realistic Line DrawingDraw Like an Artist: 100 Flowers and Plantsp. 87 Prickly Pearp. 103 Squashp. 16 Crocus
The Botany Coloring BookThe Botany Coloring Book
Optional

Choose your journaling activities from these books:
The Laws Guide to Nature Drawing and JournalingThe Laws Guide to Nature Drawing and JournalingKeeping a nature journalKeeping a Nature JournalNature Anatomy Notebook: A Place to Track and Draw Your Daily ObservationsNature Anatomy Notebook

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