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Plants for Primary Pupils: Living processes and what plants need to grow

Booklet of investigations that children can carry out to find out more about plants, focusing on ways that children can grow their own plants from seed and cuttings.

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One of a series of booklets written to support plant science in the Primary Curriculum.

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Science and plants for schools (SAPS)
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