Plant Reproduction Teacher Resources
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The Sky is Falling!!
First graders complete a variety of activities about fall. They study a plant's life cycle and what happens to plants in the fall. They make leaf rubbings and discuss seed dispersal. They write a creative story about a seed and visit a local nature center.
1st English Language Arts
The Flight of the Bumblebee
Third graders study plants and bees. They record plant growth by taking digital pictures, perform a play about plant life cycle and design a multimedia slideshow about the life cycles of plants and bees. They research information using the Internet, design a test and a rubric.
What Makes a Plant a Plant?
For a plant unit in your biology curriculum, here is a slide show that bestows the basics of plant structure, reproduction, and classification. The information is general. The main point of the lesson is to highlight what characterizes plants, making them different from other organisms.
9th - 12th Science
Students explore agriculture by researching different seeds. In this seed identification lesson plan, students collaborate in small groups to analyze a package of different seeds. Students utilize a magnifying glass to examine each seed specifically and record their observations before making an identification.
1st - 4th Science
Second graders explore plants. In this plant biology lesson, 2nd graders watch an Eyewitness plant video and then examine lima beans by removing the seed coats and examine the inner parts. Students plant new, intact lima beans in wet paper towels and record their observations.
Plants Scavenger Hunt Activity
The hunt is on! Provide young botanists with a list of eighteen plant-related questions and let them loose as they search for answers on corresponding fact cards. Perform this activity in the classroom or use it as an opportunity to take the kids outside.
3rd - 8th Science
Pocket Full of Posies: Ceramics
After studying the plant or flower life cycle, have the class create a basket of flowers out of clay. They hone their ceramics skills while they push, pull, then paint clay to look like flowers they've seen in nature. There are several interesting links included.
3rd - 6th Visual & Performing Arts
Students examine the life cycle of plants. In this plants lesson, students identify the various stages of plants and their parts. Students compare the life cycle of a plant with that of an animal. Activities suggested can be modified for a wide developmental range of students.
1st - 6th Science