Lessons for Plants

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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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  • Comparing and Contrasting Plant and Animal Cells - … : Show a picture of a plant or refer to a class plant. Ask students, "What is this plant made of? If students reply … to remind students: Cell walls provide protection and support for plants. Plants also have Chloroplasts. Chloroplasts are green organelles that make food … found in both animal and plant cells. Why do both plant and animal cells need these organelles? Answers: Plants are able to convert …
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  • Exploring Habitats! - … encourage your students to research habitats and adaptations that allow plants and animals to survive in their natural environments. Subject(s … if you believe that there is a mistake. ATTACHMENTS Animal Plant Adaptation Venn Diagrams.doc LESSON CONTENT Lesson Plan Template: General … from the adaptations your partner's plant/animal exhibit? Are there any other adaptations this plant/animal may need in order to …
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  • Classifying Plants - … . Tell students "Today we will be learning about plant families and putting plants into groups. I have a video that will teach … without microscopes." Write the following words on the board: flowering plants, nonflowering plants, trees, grasses, mosses, ferns, fruits and vegetables. Tell students … inappropriate content. Choose magazines with the most choices of plants. If certain plants aren"t showing up in the magazines (such as …
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  • Plants: Life Cycle and Part Functions - … : 2 days of 90 minutes block Concepts Taught: plant life cycle and plant part functions LESSON PLAN Name: Leida Rosario Subject/Period … some seeds and share personal experiences about plants (e.g., planting a garden, getting a plant for the classroom). 20 minutes Listen to … /watch?v=8lf9SgXNg5s VoiceThread "Plants" https://voicethread.com/share/5828489/ Parts of plants http://www.tooter4kids.com/Plants/parts_of_plants.htm POST-LESSON ANALYSIS …
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  • How to prevent alien invasions! - … following species to provide specific examples of plants that are from Frontenac County and plants that are not native. Make sure that … effects. Sample prompts: When humans provide common house plants and blooming potted plants with an appropriate environment, they help fight pollution indoors … natural habitat that supports many living things. When humans plant non-native plants and trees that need pesticides and/or a lot …
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  • Glow Kitty, Glow! - … can impact traits and provide reasons why; recognize ways that plants and animals glow (bioluminescence, fluorescence); reflect on how scientists use … did the glow impact the plant? (The plant should seem the same. Because we have already cut the plant, it is dying. Students … it is the water causing the plant to glow. There are no changes in the plants DNA.) Can you rub off the … because the glow is coming from inside the plant.) Is this bioluminescence? (No, the plant is absorbing light and then glowing. It …
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  • Investigating the pH of Soils - … :Yes Freely Available: Yes Keywords: pH, soil, acid, base, alkaline, plants, agriculture, research Instructional Component Type(s): Lesson Plan Instructional Design … depending on your class. Students might begin a series of plant growing experiments, or soil chemistry experiments examining the effectiveness of … a school garden, hydroponics, or other type of exploration with plants. ASSESSMENT Feedback to Students: The teacher should rotate through each …
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  • The Cycle of Matter - … be stored for later use. Organisms that eat plants break down the plant structures to produce the materials and energy they need … fertile. * Question: What does soil provide for plants? * Say: Two examples of substances that plants (and other living things) need to survive … the matter involved in the processes, such as plant growth or animals eating plants. The questions in this activity are designed to …
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  • Activity 3: How to make a Scientific Plant Collection - … Evaluation Teaching People Plant Collecting Activity #3 How to Make a Scientific Plant Collection OBJECTIVE: Students will learn how plant specimens are pressed … specimen is collected, the specimen is flattened in a plant press. A plant press is made of newspapers, cardboard, blotter paper and … in the field students may experience some difficulty placing plants in the plant press, especially on a windy day. Some of these …
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