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28 January 2009

Wordful Wednesday

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Once again it is time for Wordful Wednesday!
The twins are working on their respective science Day Projects.

Twin B has 6 flowers he is growing. Some receive "grey water" the other half regular water. He measure daily and jots down any changes. I believe he is hoping to prove that plants can thrive on "grey water", eliminating the need to use potable water.




Twin A on the other hand is testing the affect of different types of soil on the pH of water contained therein.



First Soil is needed.


Of course a pH meter is required.


Testing solutions


I would like to mention that at one time, that used to be my dining room table.

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18 comments:

•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Erin.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

LOL at one time... I remember doing those sorts of experiments! I think I grew a plant in a closet with no light, though I don't recall how it turned out. LOL surprise surprise, bad memory!

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

love this - but I have no patience for this!

Brenda said...

What a great project, and it will have beautiful results

Hootin' Anni said...

How fun!!! When in school....long, long ago, I remember these kinds of projects, and I still like this...you sharing brought back a lot of memories - good memories for me.

Happy Wordful Wednesday. My entry today is one part cats, and other goodie tidbits from an alphabet challenge. Won't you stop by and say hi?

blueviolet said...

Boy, have things changed. I just did the celery with food coloring experiment. LOL

Doublebanker said...

Looks like you are keeping track of the details quite well. Experimentation is fun!

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Dee said...

LOL!! Looks like you have a science lab going on at your house!

Kathleen said...

How kind of you to give up your dining room table for science.

It reminds me of the science fair project I did in middle school where I exposed plants to different levels of light, for some reason that I can't remember now.

You'll have some sweet smelling hyacinths very soon!

CanCan (MomMostTraveled) said...

Wow, your kids are all sciency! I can't wait until my son isn't destructive!

angie said...

Ah, the sacrifices we make in the name of science. I mean our children. :)

Naomi said...

something to look forward to... let us know how the results go!

Erin Tales said...

What gorgeous plants! And to think my experiments involved mice. My mom would have preferred this. LOL.

Ann said...

With children around the dining room table can be whatever they need it to be, right?
I think it would be funny to ask people to show pictures of their dining room tables. I'm sure you are not alone.
What a cool experiment! I'm curious about the "grey water".

Evolving Mommy Catherine said...

I did something like that in school too. I don't remember what the outcome was but I remember growing plants and watering them with different solutions.

Jen said...

what a cool science experiments. that is so cool that your twins are into science.

Stacy's Random Thoughts said...

How cool are those science projects? :) My dining room table is covered, too, but not with my Princess Nagger's projects, they're covered with my wine making equipment...I'm a little behind getting them all cleared out! LOL! I suppose when my Princess gets to the 'science age', my dining room table will be her platform instead of mine... ;) Great pictures! :) Happy Wordful Wednesday! :)

Quixotically Chaotic said...

Great experiment! My son is in awe. He wants to try it too. LOL! Please do share the next stage and the end result as well!

Mel Fraase said...

Cool! Looks like you have a pair of smarty pant-s! I can't wait until my kiddos are that age, I loved this stuff!