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Hesci there kids

Tomochichi Gardeners

  • Table of Contents:

  • Tomochichi Gardeners

  • Patience… Why?

  • Plant the Seed

  • Watch and Learn

  • Growth of Corn Bar Graph

  • Growth of Corn Pie Chart

  • Time line

  • Time line Continued

  • Organizational Chart

  • Gardening Necessities

  • Finished Product

  • Lets Plant a seed

  • Now what do we need?

  • Keeping track

  • How many Ears of Corn?

  • How we figured it out

  • Keep your plant ALIVE

*Hesci there kids!

I am Tomochichi your guide for gardening. The one thing you must remember when growing crops is to have patience.

*Hesci is hello in Muskogee language


Patience why
Patience…. Why?

Patience is key when trying to grow your own crops. It takes a lot of time and effort for the crops to grow! Lets use corn as an example because the Creek and Yamacraw Indians planted this crop.

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First we must plant the seed
First, we must plant the seed

Want to see what happens in the next few days to the seed?

Click Here!

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Hesci there kids

You guys want me to show how to get started? Lets see how different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

Click Here

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Growth of corn shown in a bar graph
Growth of corn shown in a different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!Bar Graph

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Weekly corn growth as percentages in a pie chart
Weekly Corn Growth as Percentages different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!in a Pie Chart

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Time line of corn growth
Time line of corn growth different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

Week 1

Plant the seed

Week 4

Week 6

Week 5

Week 2

Week 3

Starting to grow

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Time line continued
Time line continued different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

Week 7

Week 11

Week 9

Week 8

Week 10

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Organizational chart
Organizational Chart different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

What we need to grow any plant

Water

Light

Land

Rain

Hose

Lamp

Sun

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Gardening necessities
Gardening Necessities…. different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

Water and Shovel

Sunlight

It is a good thing that water and sunlight are a natural resource and we can use our hands to dig.

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Finished product
Finished Product different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

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Let s plant a seed and watch it grow
Let’s plant a seed and watch it grow different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

1. Take your Dixie cup and fill it up about ½ full of soil.

2. Place a single lima bean seed in the soil, and then cover up the seed with more soil. Your cup should be about ¾ full now, and your seed should be buried under the soil.

½ mark

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Lima beans seeds. You only need 1 seed.


Now what do we need
Now what do we need? different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

In order for our seeds to grow into a plant we need water and sunlight for heat.

How much of each do we need?

Using a new dixie cup, fill it up a little less than ¼ with water, and pour that water on your lima bean plant...

We will do this once a day, until they start to grow!

Since it is starting to get cold outside we will use the heat from a lamp to keep our plants nice and warm and lit up.

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Keeping a growth track of your plant
Keeping a growth track of your plant different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

You are responsible for keeping up with watering your plant and remembering to place your plant under the lamp every day.

You are also to keep a daily journal explaining what you have done to help this seed grow into a plant. I would like you to explain if you watered your plant and how much water you used, and if you remembered to put your plant under the lamp and how close it is to the bulb.

Also in your journals, you can write about any changes you may have observed throughout this whole process!!

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How many ears of corn all together
How many ears of corn all together? different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

Tomachichi has 4 corn stocks. Each corn stock has 8 ears of corn on it. How many ears of corn are there all together?

Ask yourself…

How do I solve this? What is the important information in this question?

Write your answer and process in your math journal.

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How did you figure it out
How did you figure it out? different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

Corn Stocks

Ears of Corn

4 groups of 8

8

8

8

+8

64

8

x 4

64

or

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Hesci there kids

Try to keep your plant ALIVE!!!! different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

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Sources
Sources different plants grow and change over time. Watch and learn!!!

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    Activity

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