mom, I like to ride my bike, watch TV, listen to CD's, go to 4H,
honey, but remember your science book says that your project has
to show something that changes. You have to watch something happen
and identify why one thing turned out differently from another."
"Gee that sounds tough mom."
My brother Jessie comes into the kitchen. He's in the sixth grade
in my school.
you guys up to?"
trying to figure out what to do for my science fair project, and
wow, I forgot about that. Mom is it okay if I go over to Kyle's
Just be home by five."
wish I had a bike as nice as Jessie's, mom."
know Jenna, he mowed grass last summer and saved all his money."
"I know mom. When I get older I want to do that, too."
just wish our lawn looked better. Remember how we worked so hard
last year to make it look better?
and dad were out there almost every night. I see you have those
catalogs out. Are you going to try something different this year?
Jenna, we want our house to look nice."
is it that Mike's grass across the street looks so much better?
don't know honey. Dad and I were talking the other night, we would
love to find the answer."
mom, I just had an idea."
fall in science class, we had a lesson on how different kinds
of soil make things grow differently. Maybe I could use that as
an idea for a science fair project."
get your science book Jenna. Let's look at what it says.