YOU WILL NEED:
3 empty eggshells (bottom halves) Felt-tip markers 3 small jar lids Glue 1 cup potting soil 1/8 cup grass seed
1. Use the markers to carefully draw funny ears, a nose, eyes, and a mouth on each eggshell.
2. Glue the empty eggshells (open side up) to the jar lids. Let dry.
3. Put 3 tablespoons of potting soil followed by a layer of grass seed in each eggshell. Cover the grass seed with another tablespoon of soil.
4. Place the eggshells in a windowsill and sprinkle lightly with water twice a week.
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|Title Annotation:||indoor gardening project|
|Publication:||Jack & Jill|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2001|
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