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By Sarah Stevensteacher and science coordinator

Inspire your budding gardeners to spring into action with these story-based science activities

Eddie's Garden

Eddie’s Garden and How to Make Things Grow by Sarah Garland (Frances Lincoln Children’s Books, ISBN 9781845070892) provides a detailed introduction for young readers to growing vegetables. It gives clear examples of how to grow plants, from seeds to a successful crop. With a clear focus upon QCA Unit 1B (Growing plants), it also leads nicely into 2B (Plants and animals in the local environment), as it features animals that feast on the crop. The book also encourages children to have a go at gardening themselves.

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