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Paint a Pot and Plant a Seed for Mother's Day, Arbor Day, Earth Day or a Life Science Lesson
Details for a Mother's Day gift that is inexpensive and attractive and hand-made. This craft would be ideal for Arbor Day, Earth Day, religious edcuation, science class or summer camp.
Here is a wonderful activity for Earth Day or Arbor Day on April 22 and Mother's Day on May 13. Using recycled materials, it's a perfect craft to help focus on reusing our resources in creative ways. This activity is an excellent craft for Arbor Day, in which we are mindful of the bounty of our fauna. As we will plant a living seed, this activity will give students a first hand look at all aspects of plant development.
This craft will make a lovely, thoughtful gift. The plant will be begin to flower around Mother's Day so it will make an ideal gift for mom. This craft would also make a nice summer camp activity for botany and crafts as well.
I have used it as a religious education teaching tool also. Most all religions focus on spring as a time of regeneration and new life. What better way to celebrate the new life than by observing a plant grow and by making a gift for a loved on as well.
for the plant:
any round plastic or paper container form recycling bin (one for each student)
Styrofoam tray, pot pie tin from recycling bin (for drip tray)
any flower seed that's fairly hardy (sunflower, daisy, astor)
a sunny ledge with some air flow
a box with circles cut out to place plants in and use as a tray
for the planter:
a clean glass jar with a wide mouth (one for each student)
assorted craft paints (Fabric paints like Tulip work very well; jewel paints are pretty, window cling paint is useful, too.)
water for rinsing brushes
old paint shirt
stencils (if desired)
ribbon in different styles
hot glue gun or craft glue
for the plant
poke three holes in the bottom of the container to drain plant and provide air
fill with dirt
plant seed according to instructions on package
set in box and place in window or outdoors in a safe place
place drip tray underneath
add some plant food as directed
tie stem loosely to a stick as it begins to grow, to help keep it straight
for the planter
give each student an old shirt, glass jar, brush and water
set out paints
allow them to paint or use stencils to decorate the jar
set jars to dry in a safe place on newspaper
glue a ribbon to the moth of the jar
place plant in jar when it is ready to present
transport in paper or plastic bag with handles