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You know celery absorbs water stained with food coloring, but does adding salt to the water have any effect on the outcome? Students explore this question with this simple experiment that focuses on experimental design and quantitative and qualitative observation. Included is a two-page lab sheet
Great experiment to use when learning about the functions of roots
This simple experiment that teaches the children about scientific method for answering a question. Students investigate the question: Does water travel through a plant's stem? *You need a container of water dyed with food coloring, celery stalk and/or flower with white petals, and these worksheets
In search of an interactive, hands-on activity to show the function of plant stems in action? Look no further!This Functions of Plant Stems: Celery Experiment Lab Activity is an engaging resource that allows students to physically observe the function of plant stems - using a common vegetable they e
Explain to the children that we will be putting celery stalks into water. Then we will be adding food coloring to the water. I used two different vases with two different colors. Have them come up with a hypothesis about what will happen to the celery after adding food coloring to the water. Hav
Everything you need to launch experiment writing in your classroom with a simple and engaging experiment! All you need is water, food coloring, cups, and celery or lettuce leaves! Easy! What's included? -Teacher directions -experiment writing pages differentiated (different formats and spacing) -vo
When studying about vascular and nonvascular plants, teachers often turn to the "Celery Experiment." It involves simple materials (celery, blue food coloring, water, and a cup). In addition to using a Science Notebook, I have my students complete an experiment graphic organizer to record thei
Put some celery and/or some carnations in water with food coloring, and see what happens! Your students can use this simple organizer when they start and finish the science experiment! I allowed the celery/flowers to sit in the dyed water for four days. Make sure you really go heavy on the food colo
Students watch plants transform colors before their eyes during this mini-experiment! I use this lesson as an introduction to vascular plants before beginning the unit. Students go through the steps of the scientific method to make a prediction about what it means for a plant to be vascular. Typi
This experiment packet guides students through the major parts of the scientific method and makes connections to a primary source from George Washington Carver while guiding students (in teams of 4) through an experiment with celery. The experiment examines how much colored water a celery stem will
Food Coloring and Celery Science Experiment handout. The perfect place for students to document observations for the course of three days, as they apply water in food colored water to see how the roots soak up the water.
Need a quick lab recording sheet? Use this resource along with the celery experiment to observe how stems absorb water.Experiment:1. Place water in a clear, plastic cup.2. Add food coloring to the water.3. Place a celery stalk in the water.4. Observe throughout the day.Want to see this resource in a
This in a fun and interactive way for your students to learn what the job of a stem is. As a teacher you will need: celery, water, red food coloring, and the worksheet at the bottom of the lesson. In this lesson, students will compare regular refrigerated celery to limp celery, as well as celery tha
Summer fun has only begun with these 10 summer themed science activities! Each activity includes a list of materials, procedures, an explanation of what happens during the experiment, and questions to consider. Plus, a list of fun literature to go along with your experiments. You will also find a Su
What’s Included 1. Description of how to make/use the Parts of a Plant Flip Book 2. Directions and pictures of an activity idea for each plant part. ~Roots: Roots vs. No Roots Experiment ~Stem: Carnation/ Celery Food Coloring Experiment ~Flower: Cheetos Pollination Experim
This journal is perfect for completing a common-core aligned plant unit! It includes support and visuals for teaching the required objectives! This packet covers: -Types of plants -Why we need plants -Parts of a plant -Celery and food coloring experiment -What plants need -Plant needs experiment
This is a comprehensive parts of a plant interactive notebook. Inside you will find: *Basic Needs of a Plant foldable *Parts of a Plant foldable- Focusing on the structure and function of each part *Fibrous Roots and Tap Roots foldable- with definitions *Roots Experiment- Students see how roots fu
This is a 7-page mini booklet (designed for each page to be cut in half to save paper) on plants. The investigation booklet includes the following pages: -A Seed Needs 3 Things to Grow (room to draw and write) -The Life Cycle of a Plant (boxes to draw pictures to match descriptions of each stage) -L
[Flash Player is required to open this lesson. Please read the footnote* before purchasing.] ♦♦ This 31 page unit, does not go into great detail with pollination, fertilization and seed dispersal as these topics are covered extensively in separate lessons - product links are given below. ♦ Most
Hatchling Curriculum Growing Things is a complete curriculum for individual, group, classroom, and homeschool learning. The curriculum is age appropriate for children ages three to six.The lessons integrate science, art, math, language, music, movement, fine motor skill practice, and discussion topi

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