Obtain corn or other seeds that sprout easily.
Line a clear plastic drinking glass with a wet paper towel. Between the towel and the glass, place several corn kernels.
On a self-stick label, write the date and your name with a Crayola® Colored Pencil. Attach the label to the outside of the glass.
Moisten the towel each day with a spray bottle filled with water. In a few days, the seeds will start to sprout.
Each day, draw what the sprouts look like, using Crayola® Washable Markers. Make a book or a chart to show their growth.
If possible, plant the sprouts outdoors.
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