Lessons for Plants

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  • Caught on Film! - … plant growth). 2. Assist students in the process of planting their seeds using the assembly line of planting materials, watering, and placing their plants in the appropriate locations. Have students label their plants … about their plants (e.g., the height of the plants) and anything they do to their plants (e.g., water the plants) on a …
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  • A Closer Look (includes BLM Plant and Animal Cells) - … to students that plant cells look green because green plants contain a green pigment called chlorophyll, which allows plants to make their own … will only focus on one other major difference between plant and animal cells: plant cells have cell walls, while animal cells do … the picture of the plant cell. 14. Explain that a plant’s cell wall supports and protects the plant. 15. Have students color …
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  • Evidence of Photosynthesis (includes BLMs Teacher Prep and Evidence of Photosynthesis) - … water. 3. Draw a picture of a plant. Ask students if they know how plants obtain energy from sunlight, how they obtain … through the stomata: carbon dioxide enters the plant through the stomata and oxygen leaves the plant through the stomata. Standard 4 D … Place the light-exposed plants and the box containing the dark-exposed plants at the station. Label each plant. Station B Fill two … . Activity #2: Testing for Evidence of Sugar Production During Photosynthesis Plants produce sugar during photosynthesis. Some of the sugars are used …
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  • Exploration Journals (includes BLM My Plant Journal) - … discuss the similarities and differences between the three plants. 3. As the study of plants progresses, have students continue with their journal … to a story or poem about plants, drawing pictures based on an educational movie about plants, etc.). Questions for Review Basic Concepts … anything in common? What is different about the three plants? Do the plants have anything in common with animals? How did you …
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  • The Plant and Animal Walk (includes BLM The Plant and Animal Walk) - … they see in the animal box and the plants they see in the plant box. Allow students to use inventive spelling to … students: “What is an animal? What is a plant? Are you a plant or an animal?” Science K Standard 4 Combo 12 … :10 PM Page 125 Name: The Plant and Animal Walk Some animals I saw: Some plants I saw: Standard 4 / Curriculum Framework … they see in the animal box and the plants they see in the plant box. Allow students to use inventive spelling to …
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  • Independent or Dependent? That is the Question - … dependent variable?” (height of plants) “What is the hypothesis?” (if fertilizer is added to the plant, then the plant will grow taller.) “What … 1 Plant 1 Without fertilizer Plant 2 With fertilizer Trial 2 Plant 1 Without fertilizer Plant 2 With fertilizer Trial 3 Plant 1 Without fertilizer Plant 2 With fertilizer Directions: Week 1 Plant Height …
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  • Record Number of Flowers Bloom - … species of flowers and ____ a. plants are open b. plants are opened c. plants are opens d. plants are opener 3) Scientists believe … , other meanings, information, synonyms ... for the words 'flower' and 'plant'. flower plant Share your findings with your partners. Make questions using the … this year. He said: "Fifty years ago, people looking for plant / plants in flower at the start of the year found 20 …
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  • Getting to the Root of It: Plant Dissection and Root Systems - … , leaves and flowers are parts of plants. Observe and record the different parts of a plant. Understand how the parts work together … to look at the four parts of a plant. Show the students two potted plants: one with a cutting (stem and flower … . Each partner must be gentle so that the plant does not break. When the plant is cleaned, lay it on the plate … animals breathe out carbon dioxide to give to the plants, while the plants give off oxygen for us to breathe in. Lastly …
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  • Plants: To Eat or Not to Eat - … lesson, students will explore the structure of plants in ways never before. Through observations about plant parts related to everyday food, students … lesson? Students will engage in learning about the plants we eat. Materials: Science Notebook Plant samples (select from the list or use … of two or three to read through their assigned plant part. (see plant parts we eat). Each group needs to record in …
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  • Text Detectives Investigate Meat Eating Plants - … 2.7) Strange Plants by Angela Royston (ATOS 3.7) Hungry Plants by Mary Batten (ATOS 4.2) Plants Bite Back By Richard Platt (ATOS 4.8) Plants that Bite Back … an insect from getting out of a pitcher plant? How does a Bladderwort plant catch an insect? Explanatory Writing --- Students will be … write an explanatory paragraph for each type of plant. Using the text Hungry Plants by Mary Balten, the students will write three …
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