Last week in the Studio, all children in Pre-K learned how to make seed balls! Friends had so much getting messy while fun rolling air dry clay in soil and wildflower seeds. Once they dry, you can dig a little hole in the ground, plant and water them, and wildflowers will grow! Seed balls will be available to purchase at our Pre-K Market this Friday, May 20th, from 2-3:30!
Alli: It’s a home for seeds. Cover them up with soil and they grow flowers!
Christian: Seed balls look like Oreo cookie crunch, but don’t eat them because they are dirt balls.
Siena: Making seed balls is fun. I like getting messy!
Autumn: You can cover all the seeds up with clay.
Isabella: The seeds go in the clay and then you plant them in the ground and then flowers will grow!
Belen: A baby seed ball. So cute!
Elmys: Seed balls. So hard. Like rocks.
Jariel: Don’t throw seed balls. They are too hard.
Waju: Wow, flowers will grow from them? But they feel like rocks!