Sounds simple enough. But things in nature get complicated, depending on how we see things. For example: how would you tag this "find"? Would you call it a
- D for dandelion, or
- S for seed, or
- P for parachute, or
- M for milky sap?
- I for insect, or
- D for dragonfly?
- B for blue, or
- V for wing veins?
- F for fungus?
- N for nibbled?
- S for smooth?
- G for gills (they're underneath)
STEM Friday to see what science books and other resources bloggers are sharing.
What a great idea! I might have to try this with my kiddos.ReplyDelete
let me know what they discover!Delete
Love this idea! And I love the way each thing can been see from so many different perspectives. It keeps life so interesting!ReplyDelete
It's amazing what you can think of when you're desperate to find all the letters of the alphabet!Delete
Sounds like a great summer activity. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Rosi - it is. I just went out today to look at my poppies and was thinking: P for poppies, and for petals. And G for Georgia O'Keefe whose poppy paintings inspired me to look closer.ReplyDelete