This week we learned all about Queen Anne's Lace. To read the original post, click here.
Nearby there was a large field filled with Queen Anne's Lace. Sadly, upon arrival I learned that my camera batteries were dead. We continued on with our exploration, and I took several specimens home with me to take pictures to share.
We learned the different stages of Queen Anne's Lace
We especially enjoyed tossing the "birds nest" around
We found several colors including these deep purple colored centers.
*I just tried to upload the picture and it was so blurry it wasn't worth putting up, sorry*
We compared it to a carrot from our garden and found that while they look similar, Queen Anne's Lace does not taste as good as a carrot.
We painted using the flower heads
And finally, I realized I forgot to include this activity. We placed several stems in colored water and watched them change color. This was a great way to show how flowers drink water.
Overall, we had a lot of fun. While in the field we saw a baby praying mantis, some wild sweet peas and had fun trying to catch crickets.
This week, my blogger friend Michelle was busy and created a beautiful button which you can add to your blog if you would like to. You can find it on my side bar. Thanks Michelle!!
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