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Mrs. Benner’s third grade students have been studying the process of water absorption in plants. To present a visual, the students decided to use food dye and carnations. The students placed several carnations in a vase of dyed water. They then kept track of the amount of time it took before the flower petals began changing colors. The students repeated this process with daisies and compared the times between the two flowers. The students learned valuable information and finished their project with a bouquet of beautiful and colorful flowers.

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