If you are teaching botany this year, or if your kids just love nature you will want to try out this fun activity. Everything we learn about plants come from the study that botanists do. Not all botanists cannot go into the field to study every single kind of plant from all over the world so they create an herbarium. Herbariums are like a plant library with sheets of paper with plants glued to them for reference.
Find out how to create your very own Herbarium sheets with detailed directions found HERE!
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