The Great Plant Escape

Case 1 - Resources

Beame, Rona. (1989). Backyard Explorer: Leaf and Tree Guide. New York: Workman Publishing. The great leaf hunt. How to track down, match up, press and mount.

----. (1989). Backyard Explorer:Leaf Collecting Album. New York: Workman Publishing. Twenty-five match-the-shape leaf mounting pages. Three pages for cones, nuts, and seeds.

Dietl, Ulla. (1993). The Plant and Grow Project Book. New York: Sterling Publishing Co.

Hunken, Jorie. (1994). Botany for All Ages. Old Saybrook, CT: Globe Pequot Press. Learning about nature through activities using plants.

Kite, L. Patricia. (1995). Gardening Wizardry for Kids. Barrow's Educational Series, Inc. Growing projects for kids whose garden space may be a windowsill, whether it be in an apartment, a classroom, or a home surrounded by concrete.

Platt, Ruterhford. (1992). 1001 Questions Answered about Trees. New York: Dover Publications, Inc. Just about everything you'd ever want to know about trees.

Trees for Life, 1003 Jefferson, Wichita, KS 62703. Hands-on program providing activities that will heighten the students' understanding and appreciation of trees.

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