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It’s time to get your hands dirty with activities that look at the food we grow, the trees that shade us and the creatures that share the world around us. Plus, see how nature inspires some of the amazing costumes seen at the Caribbean Carnival and how high tech tools help bring them from imagination to parade route. This week is all about the beauty of Earth and how we can help keep it green. Get your science notebook ready because you’re going to want to write this all down!
SugaCayne’s designers discuss blending traditional techniques and high-tech tools to bring carnival costumes to life.
Create a Bottle Garden
If you garden, you’re a scientist! Chemistry, biology, ecology—it’s all there in the soil. How does your garden grow? Whether it’s indoors or outdoors, edible or floral, show us your growing experiments in action by tagging us on social media.
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