kbpaulie Posted September 15, 2012 Share Posted September 15, 2012 And what do you teach your kids through this? (I've heard people say you can learn from experiments that go wrong.) But for example, if you put seeds in the fridge, cabinet and window sill and trying to determine which one will grow fastest, and all but the ones in the cabinet rot, we didn't get the "right" answer, and how would my kids ever learn what the "right" answer was if it weren't for me saying, well, this is what SHOULD have happened..... Or when you're trying to grow sugar crystals, and they just won't grow. You try it again and they still don't grow. And YOU don't know why they won't grow..... How do you teach when these things happen? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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