Lessons for Plants

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  • Parts of a Plant - … of a plant and plant growth. _ _ Elementary Science parts of a plant, stem, root, leaves, seeds, flowers, fungi, protista, monera, plant cycle … . Academic Language Focus ? The three types of plants ? The parts of a plant ? Understanding the plant life cycle Suggested Grades: 4th Grade - 5th … Grade _ _ _ __ PARTS OF A PLANT LESSON PLAN Key Vocabulary plants, fungi, monera, protista, stem, leaf, flower, seeds, roots …
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  • The case of the disappearing pitcher plants - … pictures of carnivorous plants or view the presentations on Venus flytraps, pitcher plants, sundew plants and the butterwort plant. Discuss methods these plants use to trap insects and have the students look for adaptations that each plant … , late spring). Have students record their findings of carnivorous plants-especially pitcher plants-using digital cameras. Day Six Have students create PowerPoint …
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  • From dirt to dinner - … opportunity to learn about seed parts, how a plant grows, and to compare plants. MaraLIMAthon: Kindergarten students will work with an older … own names and sight words for plant parts. Students will draw and label plant pictures as plants grow. Students will transplant seedlings to … and large plants. Not just about gardens. Plants by Gillian Dorfman. Good colored drawings of plant life cycles, and growth. Examples of plants that …
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  • From seed to plant - … opportunity to learn about seed parts, how a plant grows, and to compare plants. A lesson plan for grade 1 Science By … the plant world. The lesson allows students to study seeds, parts of plants, microclimates, and how to grow seeds into vegetable plants for … parts describe a seed describe a plant identify plant parts write facts about plants compare and contrast two plants Teacher planning Time required for … survive. 1.L.1.1 Recognize that plants and animals need air, water, light (plants only), space, food and shelter and that …
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  • Amazing amaryllis activities - … they create. Plant power: Students will plant their own seeds in potting soil and measure plant growth. Before the students' plants are visible above … explore the parts and functions of classroom plants and compare growth between the classroom plants. Using the weather channel website, students will … more about biology, graphing, hands-on, labs, mathematics, measurement, plant growth, plants, and science. Help Please read our disclaimer for lesson plans …
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  • Poisonous Plants and You - … identify common poisonous plants. Teacher planning Time required for lesson 5 days Materials/resources Plant catalogs with pictures of plants, shrubs and trees … scavenger hunt around the school campus to identify plants. A teacher generated picture plant chart needs to be created before the scavenger … number of the plant beside the correct plant name on the list. Supplemental information Teachers may choose to use plants native to their …
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  • Lesson Plan 1: The Language of Plants - … a result, Lewis showed a preference for medicinal plants, food plants, showy flowering plants with potential for gardening and landscaping, and those that … using new terms by labeling plant diagrams. Use this web site: www.enchantedlearning.com/ subjects/ plants/label/plant/index.shtml 4. Lewis's … class. SUGGESTED FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT Teacher evaluates practice diagrams of plants and written plant description to see if student has incorporated new vocabulary …
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  • FLOWERS, PODS, AND SEEDS:THE FAST PLANT LIFE CYCLE ENDS - … investigate the final stages of growth of Wisconsin Fast Plants?. As the plants mature, they will produce seed pods and eventually die … and measurements. Identify parts of a plant. Discuss major needs of plants. Read to learn more about plants. Communicate results and reflect on … in studying the life cycle of plants. Develop sensitivity to the needs of plants. Chart growth of plant in Microsoft® Excel® or other …
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  • Bioinvasion - … system. Identify and describe examples of New Hampshire animals and plants that live together in one ecosystem. New Hampshire Curriculum Framework … by boaters and waterfowl. This densely growing plant has feather-like whorled leaves. This plant forms a thick mass of underwater tangled … and lakeshore, replacing cattails. It crowds out other wetland plants, too. The plant forms dense, impenetrable strands that are not suitable for …
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  • Natural Dyes from Plants - … mordant water. OR add plant material and water to mordanted water. Step Two: Preparing the plant material. * Prepare plant material for dyeing by … /4 cup of water and blending until plant fibers are pureed (about 30 seconds). * Add plant material to water in enamel/glass … the disappearance of prairie, forest, and dye-source plants. Dye Plant Recipe Ingredients: plant source mordant Name of dyer date Amount Substance Process …
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