Kindergarten xylem water movement demonstation with napa cabbage and dyed water - 1
1) Take Celery or Napa Cabbage (largest you can find) and slice a stalk halfway up the middle. 2) Place two clear containers close together. Add a few drops of food coloring in two different colors to the jars. 3) Add water to the jars to fill to about 1.5 inches deep. 4) Wait about 8 hours and observe the difference! Plants use little tubes to transport water from where they have it (the ground, usually) to where they need it (in their leaves, where it is "breathed out" through little pores…
my desk has been full of sweets and I've been annoying ladies in sweet shops by asking for one of everything for the past few weeks...it's all in the name of tea towels, not finished but nearly, then the eating can begin (hurrah)...hello dentist!
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