- to pollinate – to give a plant pollen (stuifmeel) from another plant of the same kind so that seeds will be produced
- wildflowers –flowers that grow in natural places without being planted by people
- habitat – the place or type of place where a plant or animal naturally lives or grows
- compost – a mixture of old dry plants (such as leaves and grass)
- soil – the top layer of earth in which plants grow
- some scoops – een paar scheppen
- bowl – a round container with tall, curving sides
- seed – a small pit made by a plant from which a new plant can grow
- glue – a substance used to stick things tightly together
- What are seed bombs?
a Balls of compost and clay to scare away insects.
b Balls of seeds to eat at a picnic.
c Balls of soil with flower seeds for insects.
d Balls of stiff clay to play games.
- Name all the things that go into a seed bomb.
- How much water do you need when you make seed bombs?
Extra writing assignment
- Watch the video once more.
- Take notes of all the steps needed to make seed bombs.
- Write instructions: How to make seed bombs.
Use your answer to question 2 above and your notes.