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Science Experiment for Kids: Celery Circulation

Posted on 28th Jan 2013 | in Plants

For those of you who enjoyed reading our comic strip “How do plants drink?” here is a real life example of what Katy did in Africa to learn about water transport in plants. Well done to Mrs. Reynolds her Mom, for making science fun for kids! For our new readers: ScienceWithMe!®  brings you another simple […]


Fun Science Experiment for Kids: How Do Plants Drink?

Posted on 3rd Jan 2013 | in Plants

Happy New Year Kids!!! What better way to start 2013 than with a fun science experiment. Luke wanted to know how plants drink so he decided to experiment and find out. This is a simple science experiment for kids to do and we have illustrated it in our usual fun Science With Me! style to […]


Learn about Transport in Plants

Posted on 9th Feb 2011 | in Plants

Like you and all other living organisms in the world, plants need water and nutrients from the environment in order to survive. Different parts of the plant are involved in transport or movement of water and nutrients. These parts are the roots, the stem and the leaves. The transport system of plants works similar to […]


Learn about Photosynthesis

Posted on 6th Nov 2010 | in Plants

Very few plants can actually trap their own food and none can go grocery shopping so plants need to make their food by themselves if they want to eat! Plants are fortunate as they are the only living organisms that can make their own food. How do they do this? They make their food by […]


Learn about the Plant Cell

Posted on 6th Nov 2010 | in Plants

All around you, there are cells. A cell is the smallest biologic unit that is able to live on its own or which has the potential to live. So how big is a cell? There are some cells that you can see without a microscope such as the egg yolks of birds. However, most cells […]


Learn about Pollination

Posted on 3rd Nov 2010 | in Plants

Pollination is an important process in the reproduction of plants that bear seeds. Without pollination, these plants would not be able to produce fruits! Yes, almost all the fruits that we eat and the beautiful flowers that we enjoy come from pollination! If you have seen yellow grains, sometimes white, black or green colored grains […]


Learn about Leaves

Posted on 17th Oct 2010 | in Plants

Leaves are the plants food factory. A leaf is a flat, thin plant organ that uses the sun to make its own food. In general leaves are green and use the chemical called chlorophyll to trap energy from the sun. This process is known as Photosynthesis. The energy is used to combine water from the […]