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Build a Flower Game

Build a Flower Game

A flower theme game designed for ages 3 years + Game is designed for 2-6 players but can also be used for solitary play exploration. A flower theme game designed to promote different parts of a flower by spinning and adding piece by piece to individual game cards. Game cards and flower parts have been designed for little learners to easily hold and interact with the cards. I recommend printing this resource on thick card or laminate to allow multiple uses. This resource will help promote: social skills for sharing, thinking of others, turn taking, colours and plant & flower themes. Please ensure young children are supervised with small objects. Enjoy & spark play! Like my work? Follow me on Facebook at sparkplayaus
laura_d1
SB5g Plant Defences

SB5g Plant Defences

This lesson follows the Edexcel 9-1 Specifitcation for the Biology GCSE course. The Edexcel worksheets are required for this lesson.
bt9216
Experimental Banana: Scientific Method

Experimental Banana: Scientific Method

The Curious Cases of Carl Linnaeus tells funny stories about his journey of scientific exploration. In this episode we learn about the illusive fruit called a pisang. We also learn about the scientific method and how we can use it to make great discoveries.
TheLinneanSocietyofLondon
Hibernating Hedgehog (colouring sheet)

Hibernating Hedgehog (colouring sheet)

recommended for Years Reception, 1 and 2 Art and Design : Colouring, colour wheel mixing paints in different shades of red and yellow to make orange OR yellow and blue to make different greens. Nature and Woodland School: Collect leaves and use them to identify the trees in your school, locality. Nature, Wild Animals and Conservation : animals need environments with trees and plants and gardens Garden fences need holes for the hedgehogs to travel around. Always check the bonfire before you light it incase a hedgehog is hibernating. Discuss hibernation.
Anneliese Appleby
Seed dispersal KS3

Seed dispersal KS3

This is a fully resourced lesson on seed dispersal, suitable for all KS3 schemes of work. Includes a starter based on seed structure, notes and discussion about competition in plants and seed dispersal, videos with examples of dispersal, an information gathering task, questions with answers, a task based on seed adaptations, and an exit card plenary. Lesson is fully resourced and ready to use.
sabanm
Plant Investigation Booklet

Plant Investigation Booklet

**A Booklet for a Plant Investigation/Experiment ** A booklet for a scientific investigation, the investigation/experiment can be linked to testing the growing conditions for plants. Altering the amount of water/light/soil a plant has.
alicepoole1
NEW AQA KS3 - Flower Structure and Pollination

NEW AQA KS3 - Flower Structure and Pollination

A fully differentiated lesson planned for the NEW AQA KS3 specification. It fits into the reproduction topic. All of the resources required for the lesson are included. The lesson has challenge built in and can therefore be adapted to any ability class.
sr276
Science Unit Planning - Plants - Year 3

Science Unit Planning - Plants - Year 3

Unit Planning for Science Topic on Plants for Year 3 A unit plan of 6 lessons for a topic on plants. Lesson timings for each lesson are approximately 90 or 120 minutes. The planning includes, learning objectives, teaching ideas, key questions, activities and resources list. Teaching points that are covered in the topic are listed below: Understand that it is important to be able to grow plants well because they provide food and other items for us To know that all food chains begin with a green plant To understand the function of the parts of a plant To understand that plants need leaves in order to grow well To plan an appropriate investigation To make careful observations and measurements of plants growing To use simple apparatus to measure the height of plants in standard measures To use results to draw conclusions and provide explanations To know that water is transported through the stem to other parts of the plant To know that that plants need light for healthy growth To know that plants need water, but not unlimited water, for healthy growth To know that temperature can affect the growth of plants To ask questions about the growth of plants To plan a fair test To write a clear conclusion
alicepoole1