About this product:
This is a set of learning diagrams designed to help students learn, recall and understand key concepts about plants. They have been hand drawn and coloured, with ideas based on twenty years’ experience of helping my students to make progress in the science lab. The purpose is for learners to complete the diagrams with further information such as labels, directional arrows, annotations, cartoons, illustrations etc...
This set of diagrams will work wonderfully with others in the series. Please check the store for details.
This bundle of diagrams can be used as a topic summary on its own or to supplement your current curriculum as reinforcement, review, or enrichment of fundamental learning about this topic.
This product includes learning diagrams and completed exemplars for:
Flower structure (including pollination)
Flower fertilisation and seed dispersal
Leaf structure and stomata
Testing a leaf for the presence of starch
Movement of water through a plant (cross-section of leaf and stem)
Plant tropisms (phototropism, geotropism and uses of plant hormones)
In addition to materials provided in this project, you will need:
Colours to add further detail to the diagrams
I really hope you like and enjoy using these diagrams. I use a lot of ICT in my classroom but my students love these low-tech learning diagrams and build them up into their learning folders as topic summaries. I encourage the students to go back to them and add additional information throughout their course.
However, I am only human and if you would like to suggest improvements or suggest how to make the products better please get in touch via "Ask a Question" before leaving feedback.
- Purchase of the product is for single classroom use by the purchaser only. It is a violation for individuals, schools, and districts to redistribute, edit, sell, or post this item on the Internet or to other individuals. Disregarding the copyright is a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and subject to legal action.
Learning Diagrams – Plants by The Science Bear © 2017 The Science Bear, LLC