Lessons for Plants

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  • Biotechnology: Changing our Future - … the genes for cold tolerance from one plant and combining them with the tomato plant, it is possible to end up with … of recombinant plants, the more likely there is linkage. Possible ways biotechnology could benefits Alaska agriculture * Plants resistant to the cold * Plants with shorter growing season * Plants better suited to our conditions in …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Growing Tomatoes - … Students will each be provided with a grape tomato plant. We will plant and water them while talking about how they grow … them well at the beginning. The teacher will plant a regular sized tomato plant so the students can see the regular sized … page and the slide show. Materials Needed Tomato plants Garden patch to plant them Hose and water source to water them Shovel … Notebook for Journaling Teacher Preparation Teacher must have tomato plants ready to plant on the first day, and water source ready and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Cell Cookies - … that supports and protects the plant cell g. Chloroplasts (plants only) - organelles that make food for the plant cell 2. Review how similar … the circus peanut in the cytoplasm. This is the plant cell vacuole. Plant cells have larger vacuoles than animal cells. Discuss what … contains the following cell parts: cell wall (plant only) cell membrane nucleus cytoplasm chloroplasts (plant only) mitochondria vacuoles. Students will complete the …
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  • Fun Photosynthesis - … out, with their other hand, a green circle (labeled, plant sugars). -The plant stem starts out somewhat squatted and slowly rises (simulating … their own food called plant sugars. The leaves are the part of the plant that is responsible for photosynthesis. Plants use the food … materials are used directly or indirectly by the plant as sources of energy. Plants are a direct food source from some animals …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Growing Native Plants From Seeds - … the class to write the name of the plant, their name, and the planting date (or birthday) on a tongue depressor, popsicle … the class into groups who all want to plant the same kind of plant, complete with helper (if needed), containers, soil, seed … plant, days to germination between different plants and within the same type of plant. Language Arts- A vocabulary list can be made using plant … - Gr. 1)- Find a favourite story about growing plants in the garden, or plants that grow in the wild, ideally with a …
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  • Looking at Lawns - … Sheet. On the sheet there are two columns, Plants and Animals. Under the Plants column, the students should write the name of … up their own name for the plant based on the characteristics of that plant (for example, a plant with a white flower might … we do to help protect or provide plants for wildlife? (Schoolyard naturalization project, tree planting projects with school groups or community groups …
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  • What is It? - … a plant? * What characteristics do plants have? * What characteristics to all living things (plants and animals) share? (Plants usually remain in one place, plants make their own food, and most plants are green. Most plants also have the same major plant parts …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Native Plant Research Project - … , and is a great follow-up to planting native seeds. Done shortly after a planting experience, this will provide relevant context for … draw or paint a picture of their plant. Ensure the picture is only the plant (no surrounding landscapes where possible), and is … people don't know much about native plants. Explore the ways in which some native plants might be threatened. Encourage discussion about …
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  • Plants, Animals and our Environment - … + Connections + Resources, media, & technology + Objectives + Connections + Resources, media, & technology + Procedures Plants, Animals and Our Environment OCI, 2006 Tammy Humphress Cindy Williams … this Unit of Study A. Basic Needs of Plants and Animals B. Plants and Animals are living things and require water, food … and label the basic needs of plants. 3. Students will understand the basic needs of plants and animals are not only the … rubric listed below. Resources, media, & technology 4 healthy plants Containers to place the plants in to set up environmental conditions need to …
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  • Endangered And Threatened - … as endangered or threatened (state and federal agencies that manage plants and animals). Ask how these agencies get their information. (Scientific … moves in and buffelgrass takes over the area, and native plants cannot grow back. Desert Discovery Class Teacher Information ©2000, revised … recovering the species. Recovery may mean restoring the animal or plants' habitat, removing invasive species, or breeding members of the species …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
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