Travel through the plant life cycle and explore how seeds grow into flowers. Investigate the process through hands-on seed dissection and worm inquiry. In addition, learn the process of pollination by identifying the parts of a flower.
Major Concepts to Be Explored:
Students will begin to describe the cycle from seed to plant, identify what plants need to survive, identify the new plant, seed coat, and food storage part of the seed. They will be able to identify the parts of a flower and describe why worms are important to the growth of plants.
- K.L.1.2: Compare characteristics of living and nonliving things in terms of their: Structure, Growth, Changes, Movement, Basic Needs
- K.P.2.1: Classify objects by observable physical properties (including size, color, shape, texture, weight, and flexibility).
- 1.L.1.1: Recognize that plants and animals need air, water, light (plants only), space, food, and shelter and that these may be found in their environment.
- 1.L.1.2: Give examples of how the needs of different plants and animals can be met by their environments in North Carolina or different places through the world.
- 1.L.2.1: Summarize the basic needs of a variety of different plants (including air, water, nutrients, and light) for energy and growth
- 2.L.2.1: Identify way in which plants and animals closely resemble their parents in observed appearance and ways they are different.
Methods and Activities:
Group Discussion, Interactive Centers, Hands-on Experimentation
Life Cycle, Germination, Pollination, Seed Coat, Food Storage, Embryo, Castings
Call To Book704.372.6261 x300
- Duration: 50 minutes
$12 per student
- Minimum of 15 students