Review | Giveaway - Turn Spring Into a Teachable Moment with the Plant and Grow Set

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Learning ResourcesSpring is here and I couldn't be happier!  Spring is one of my favorite seasons because it is literally bursting with life.  Everywhere you turn, trees are sprouting new leaves, flowers are blooming and the grass is becoming lush and green again.  Baby animals are also being born and the birds are chirping happily in the sky.

This is a great season to get outdoors and encourage your child to explore all of the wonder and magic that Spring has to offer.  Thankfully, Learning Resources has just the solution to help your child learn more about how plants live and grow with the Primary Science Plant & Grow Set.

I reviewed the Primary Science Plant & Grow Set from Learning Resources which retails for $29.99.

Learning Resources Primary Science Plant & Grow Set

Bring out the wonder of nature with kid-friendly planting tools.  The Primary Science Plant & Grow Set builds children's understanding of how plants grow through dynamic activities.  This set is intended for children ages 3-9 years old and includes the following tools and accessories:

  • Watering Can
  • Observation Jar
  • Solid Lid
  • Vented Lid
  • Rooting Tray
  • 3 Pots
  • 3 Plant Markers
  • Trowel
  • Activity Cards

The adventure in horticulture begins with the included activity cards.  These are double-sided, fully illustrated cards which depict 10 different experiments to perform.  Your child is encouraged to use their tools along with their five senses to explore and observe the basics of plant life.  They'll learn more about what plants need to sprout, grow and mature as well as discover more about the natural world around them.  What a great way to usher in the Spring season!

Some of the activities included in the Primary Science Plant & Grow Set will take a few days to complete, while others might take a few weeks.  The great thing is that these activities were designed to be performed simultaneously so you won't have to worry about running out of materials and needing to wait a long time to see nature in action.

What's more, this set will teach children another important lesson about plants in general.  Not all seeds are expected to germinate, which is why plants make so many in the first place.  If you little scientist isn't having a successful growing experience with their particular seeds, then they should try again.  Trial and error is a fundamental activity in every branch of science and I love how this concept is built right in to the Plant & Grow Set.

If you'd like to introduce your child to the wonders of Mother Nature this season, then be sure to open their eyes and their minds with the Learning Resources Primary Science Plant & Grow Set!

Learning Resources Primary Science Plant And Grow Set Learning Resources Primary Science Plant And Grow Set
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List Price: $29.99
Sale Price: $18.78

4 Star Product Review
Disclosure: I received the Primary Science Plant & Grow Set from Learning Resources in order to facilitate my review. No other compensation was received. This product review is based on my own personal experiences with this item and is completely honest and objective.

 

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76 Responses to GIVEAWAY ~ Turn Spring Into a Teachable Moment with the Plant and Grow Set ~ ARV $30

    Ashley S Says:

    1

    Smart Splash® Letter Link Crabs would be fun!

    2

    My other choice would have to be the GeoSafari ® Dino Digs- Tyrannosaurus Rex for my future Paleontologist! :-)
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    Angela Yeremenko Says:

    3

    The Primary Science Hands-on Discovery Lab is great.

    susan smoaks Says:

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    we would enjoy the GeoSafari ® Dino Digs- Tyrannosaurus Rex
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  2. Nancy B Says:

    5

    My son would love the Primary Science Lab Set

    nickie Says:

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    GeoSafari ® Dino Digs

    Jane Says:

    7

    My daughter would love the Science lab

    Aya D Says:

    8

    A pretty great tool for a great activity for the spring break! My children would learn more because of this.
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    Sandy VanHoey Says:

    9

    My grandson is all into science at 5 years old so he would like their Science Encounters Activity Set

    Shana Says:

    10

    Giant Magnetic Butterfly Life Cycle

    Kristie Says:

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    I like the Science Encounters Activity Set! :-)
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    Joanne Gregory Says:

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    Primary Science Hands-on Discovery Lab

    Seyma Shabbir Says:

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    Hands on discovery lab!

    KT Says:

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    I like Giant Magnetic Gallon Set

    Jill D Says:

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    I also really like the Hydroponic Lab. I love that you can see the entire plant, including roots, growing in the clear tubes.

    Sylvia White Says:

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    I like the Hydroponic Lab

    Sarah Says:

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    The gears gears gears super set!

    D Schmidt Says:

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    Another item that would be perfect for spring is Gears Too!™ Jumbo Set

    Kelley F Says:

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    My son would love the GeoSafari Dino Digs- Tyrannosaurus Rex.

    Debra Hall Says:

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    the Super Magnet Lab Kit is very cool

    Monica Nuss Says:

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    world treasure hunt map

    Andrea Says:

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    Loved the website! I like this set Gears! Gears! Gears!® Lights & Action Building Set.
    I have two boys and they can share the pieces and not fight for the same toy :-)

    23

    Smart Splash Number Fun Ducks!

    Ken Ohl Says:

    24

    my niece would love the science lab.thankyou, ken
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    Carrie Phelps Says:

    25

    My grandsons would LOVE the Primary Science Lab Set.

    Darlene Owen Says:

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    I would like Jumbo Endangered Animals

    Lisa e Says:

    27

    I like the primary science lab kit

    Erin R. Says:

    28

    I also think the primary science jumbo magnifiers would too, thanks

    Sadie Says:

    29

    I like the primary science jumbo magnifiers.

    Cassandra Eastman Says:

    30

    My son would love the Primary Science Lab Set! He loves magnifying glasses :-)

    Dave Says:

    31

    the science encounters kit

    Samorjj Says:

    32

    Mine would love the Quantum® Big Screen Microscope

    melissa williams Says:

    33

    the Primary Science Hands-on Discovery Lab would be great for the start a spring.

    Alexia Miller Says:

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    The hands on discovery tank set. Science without getting messy!

    Sarah Says:

    35

    The hands on Discovery Lab

    Michelle M. Says:

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    I love the Gears! Gears! Gears! Lights & Action Building Set.

    Monique Rizzo Says:

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    The magnetic butterfly life cycle.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

    Kimberly Schotz Says:

    38

    Geo Safari Dino Digs

    Sus Says:

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    Science Encounters Activity Set

    Francine Anchondo Says:

    40

    Primary Science Hands-on Discovery Lab

    Tamar Says:

    41

    I like the New Sprouts™ Fix it! My very own tool set

    sandra davis Says:

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    like the Science Encounters Activity Set

    Melissa E Says:

    43

    I like the Primary Science Lab

    dawn k Says:

    44

    I love the learning gears.

    Kathy Davis Says:

    45

    My little one would love the Gears! Gears! Gears! Super Set.

    Stephanie Larison Says:

    46

    I like the Science Encounters Activity Set

    rod jackson Says:

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    geosafari dino digs Rod Jackson
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    mell Says:

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    GeoSafari ® Dino Digs

    Heather S. Says:

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    I’d like the Primary Science Hands-on Discovery Lab.
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  4. Leslie Rigsby Says:

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    I would like the classifying animals cards, but the healthy playfoods look more fun.

    lisagee1234 Says:

    51

    Pretend & Play® Tape Measure
    is 1 thing my niece would like :clown:

    julie matek Says:

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    I’d luv the WEATHER WISE LIBRARY :-)

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    Cheryl Chervitz Says:

    53

    My grandson would like the Primary Science Hands-on Discovery Lab. Their toys are wonderful

    Stephanie Says:

    54

    The New Sprouts™ Munch It! My very own play food would help us kick off spring!

    Ruth chu Says:

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    GeoSafari ® Dino Digs- Tyrannosaurus Rex

    Sacha Schroeder Says:

    56

    The Primary Science Hands-on Discovery Lab would be cool!

    Saver Sara Says:

    57

    Hydroponic Lab
    by Educational Insights®

    Darlene Jones-Nelson Says:

    58

    My kids would love the dinner+basket

    Mary Withrow Says:

    59

    The hands on Discovery Lab looks interesting. We could try our hand at Butterflies or Lady Bugs!

    60

    We would love to have the Jumbo Endangered Animals set.
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    K.Pugh Says:

    61

    Jumbo Endangered Animals
    Thanks for the chance.

    Suzie Williams Says:

    62

    I like the GeoSafari Dino Digs- Tyrannosaurus Rex.

    Laurie Emerson Says:

    63

    I like the Hydroponic Lab.

    Valerie Taylor Mabrey Says:

    64

    Hydroponic Lab
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    vmkids3 at msn dot com

    Deborah Mireles Says:

    65

    My choice would be Pretend & Play® Supermarket Checkout

    Karen Gonyea Says:

    66

    The dinner & basket is cute :-)

    Johannah Says:

    67

    Hydroponic Lab is the one I would chose. Always was an interesting way to grow things to me!
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    Laura P. Says:

    68

    The Dizzy Fun Land Set looks fun.

    JoAnn F. Says:

    69

    Primary Science Hands-on Discovery Lab!!!!
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

    Leslie L. Stanziani Says:

    70

    I really like the hydroponics lab.We are starting a hydroponic garden next week as part of our home schooling science lesson.

    MomC Says:

    71

    Life Cycles Card Set would be great to learn about the changes animals go through.

    Annamarie Magee Says:

    72

    I would love to try the Primary Science Lab Set

    Laura Unger Says:

    73

    My son would love the GeoSafari Dino Digs- Tyrannosaurus Rex.

    Lily Kwan Says:

    74

    I like the Healthy Play Foods.

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