1. Plants need inputs to grow
2. Growing plants without soil
Week 3 - The environment has an effect on all living things
Week 4 - Chemical and Physical reactions
Week 5 - Introduction to Light
6. Energy
7. Growing Peas
8. Heat and Energy
9. Corn

Wrapping up our day.

Now that your microgreens have germinated, it’s time to reflect on what you have learned.

Look at your newly sprouted microgreens. Make observations about them using all of your senses. What are you able to observe?

Go back to your science journal read through the observations you made over the past 5 days. Are there any inferences you can make based on your observations?

Here are some guiding questions to help you make inferences:

  • Why did water droplets appear on the surface of the dome?
  • Why did some seeds germinate faster than others?
  • What caused the temperature differences you may have noticed?

Let’s share our observations. The following assignment will ask you to share what you know about your microgeens (observations).

Remember to keep your microgreens growing over the weekend.

If the media looks dry, add some water to the trays. Keep them in the 1020 tray and pour a little water in the center of each 5×5.