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Grade KCollege. Get acquainted with our unique Wisconsin Fast Plants® teaching system with this economical, trial-sized kit. The kit provides you the opportunity of observing the life cycle yourself, before introducing your students to Fast Plants® materials.
Grade KCollege. Get acquainted with our unique Wisconsin Fast Plants® teaching system with this economical, trial-sized kit. The kit provides you the opportunity of observing the life cycle yourself, before introducing your students to Fast Plants® materials. Shortly after planting a quad (a 4-cell unit) of seed, you'll see the seedlings emerge and begin to develop. Then, after pollinating the flowers, you'll watch as the seed pods form.
Our Get Acquainted Kit contains everything you need. Please keep in mind that proper lighting is essential for success with Rbr plants. The minimum light requirement for this 1-quad kit is 24-hour, cool-white fluorescent light, placed within several centimeters of the growing tips. (A height-adjustable, 2-bulb, fluorescent desk lamp may provide adequate, but not ideal, lighting.)
|Miniature Watering System||Included|
|Growing Instructions Booklet||Included|
From one day to the next, students witness the rapid growth of these amazing plants, which can have a dramatic impact on the way your students learn. What's even better, there's a kit that's relevant to the topic you're teaching, whether it's plant biology, environmental science, genetics, or even mathematics.
As the exclusive supplier of Fast Plants® for the educational market, Carolina takes pride in delivering top-of-the-line materials to your class. All kits come with everything you need to complete the activities. Just add a light source and you're on your way to joining the thousands of teachers who routinely use these plants to enhance their curriculum.
Classroom Kits contain seeds and supplies for up to 32 students. Student Kits are great for classroom demonstrations,
homeschoolers, and science fair projects.