Even though we school year round, as the formal school year ends, we tend to be more relaxed and skip about covering different topics.
Tiny was so young the first time I covered my Carnivorous Plants unit study.
Can you believe it was 2009 when I first did this lapbook with the older boys? Yikes.
Too, I chuckle at myself when I see some of my earlier printables in that unit study. That baby needed a facelift.
So today, I am sharing some free carnivorous plants notebooking pages so that Tiny can do these on his own while reading at the helpful websites I have listed below and so I can be inspired to update my unit study.
Too, I found an easy hands-on activity on one of the websites listed below that helps Tiny to understand the slow digestive process by bacteria and digestive enzymes.
It required two easy ingredients we always have on hand:
- a boiled egg
It said to place a boiled egg in vinegar overnight to show how a pitcher plant digests its prey.
We took a picture after four hours and then we took a picture of the “digested” egg the next morning.
Pretty easy, fun and gross way to see what happens to the prey of carnivorous plants.
Do this easy activity and grab my notebooking pages for a fun day of science.
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Look at these websites that will help your little researcher fill out the notebooking pages:
Julian’s Science Experiments.
Longleaf Alliance, which has the activity of placing a boiled egg in vinegar overnight to show how a pitcher plant digests its prey.
Power Point Carnivorous Plants. The rest of the answers can be found on this very informative power point presentation.
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