Art and Science Grow Together

by: Pat Stellflue, Marie Allen, and D. Timothy Gerber

The interdisciplinary connection between science and art is easily accomplished in the elementary classroom using plants as focus organisms. Observing, dissecting, growing, drawing, and painting plants can also be used at multiple grade levels to teach science concepts and art techniques.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 9/1/2005Stock # sc05_043_01_33Volume 043Issue 01

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