What happens when seeds are soaked in water, you may find that your students cannot perceive of seeds absorbing so much water, for they may equate the seeds with how a sponge soaks up water. The story in this chapter offers students an opportunity to see the incredible capacity of seeds to take in water, soften their seed coats, and ready themselves for germination.

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Inquiry Life Science Literacy Phenomena


Type Book ChapterPub Date 3/12/2010Stock # PB220X3_11

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