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4. FlowersTeacher will ask what do you know about flowers. Teacher will introduce the words - petals, stem, and pollen. Students will use hand lenses to examine different flowers. Each student will pick their favorite flower to draw and label using Seesaw. (some flowers may not have visible pollen).

1. Plant HeightAfter watching The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle, the class will discuss how tall plants can be. Using pictures provided in a powerpoint, students will explore the different heights of plants. Students will order the plants based on hieght and will find the plant that is closest in height to them.

2. Leaf RubbingsTeacher will show several leaves and ask what they are. Teacher will then read Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert. From an assortment of leaves, each student will choose 2 leaves to create leaf rubbings. Groups will them be formed so students can sort based on characteristics of the leaves and mount on butcher paper. Students will write the words of the traits used to sort.

How Does A Seed Become A Plant

Razzlipper Bush

3. Plant SeedsTeacher will ask what they know about seeds and write down all responses. Then class will watch How Does a Seed Become a Plant from Science Show Kids. Using hand lenses, students will examine flower seeds -including bulbs, and tree seeds. Students will discuss observations and teacher will record vocabulary and descriptions on the board. Each student will pick a seed to draw and label using Seesaw.

The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle

Plant Height

StandardsSKL1. Students will sort living organisms and non-living materials into groups by observable physical attributes. c. Group plants according to their observable features such as appearance, size, etc.SKL2. Students will compare the similarities and differences in groups of organisms.b. Explain the similarities and differences in plants. (color, size, appearance, etc.)

5. My New PlantTeacher will review what we have learned so far. Focus on height, leaves, flowers and seeds. Students will design a new plant that is less than 2 feet tall and 2 feet wide, is colorful, and has characteristics from at least 3 different plants. Students will create the plant using provided materials and will name their plant.


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