From Grapes to Raisins
How do you make raisins? Do a simple experiment with your class that prompts them to set a bunch of grapes in the sun for a few days, and see what they find!
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- Pair with a lesson on healthy eating or the way food ripens and decomposes
- A good activity for a class garden, or science experiment for little learners
- Have kids complete the activity at home, and then report on their findings
- Easy to understand whether learners are in groups or doing an individual project
- Instructions on a half-sheet of paper for easy copying and cutting
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