STEAM: How Does Your Garden Grow?

Our Friday STEAM program all about seeds and plants

Our Friday, May 30, STEAM program will introduce the science of botany! Learning about seeds and plants is a great way to get ready for summer. It also sparks ideas for healthy eating. In this program children will learn about the parts of a seed, germination, and plant structure. They will also plant their own seeds and take home a chart in order to record its growth.
 
Want to inspire your budding botanist? Check out these titles:

Backyard: Fun Experiments for Budding Scientists
By Lisa Burke

First Garden: the White House Garden and How It Grew
By Robbin Gourley

How Does My Garden Grow?
What's in the Garden Book Cover Art
By DK Publishing

It's Our Garden: From Seeds to Harvest in a School Garden
By George Ancona

 

Kids in the Garden: Growing Plants for Food and Fun
By Elizabeth McCorquodale

Plant a Little Seed
By Bonnie Christensen

Secrets of the Garden: Food Chains and the Food Web in Our Backyard
By Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld

What's in the Garden?
By Marianne Berkes

What Does a Seed Need?
By Liz Goulet Dubois




STEAM Programs are hosted in the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, Children's Department every Friday at 2 p.m. STEAM (Science, Technology,  Engineering, Art, and Math) are specially designed to be interactive and educational, bringing fun and energy to library programs. Each week features a different element, and are open to children ages 6-12.