Step one: Gather three supplies. Water, old newspapers, and your tomato or other small seeds.
Step two: Open a sheet of newspaper and then open the seed packet and
Step three: Space the little seeds along one of the newspaper folds. (See image.)
Step four: Spray the seeds with enough water to make the paper very damp. Then fold the newspaper so the seeds are tucked inside.
Step five: Spray the newspaper so it's really wet. Be sure to keep the newspaper wet for the next few days.
Step six: Depending on how long it takes your seeds to sprout *usually 3-5 days) Unfold the newspaper and look inside. Your seeds now have roots and are ready to be planted in soil. Check your gardening zone. If it's too early in the season for your plants to go outside these can be potted indoors until the danger of frost has past. Otherwise, these seeds can be planted directly outside in soil suitable for the plant variety you are hoping to grow.