The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant - Year 3Quick View
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The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant - Year 3

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The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant: KS2 Science Teaching Resource This KS2 science teaching resource explores the part that flowers play in the life cycle of flowering plants, including pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal. It is an ideal teaching aid to use in a lesson covering the curriculum objectives in the year 3 science programme of study (Plants). 'The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant' is a colourful and engaging PowerPoint presentation with 5 accompanying worksheets. Content includes: Link to an introductory video What is the life cycle of a flowering plant (seed, germination, growing stage, pollination, fertilisation, seed dispersal) The life cycle of a flowering plant worksheet Link to a plant reproduction video Plant reproduction, taking a closer look at pollination and fertilisation Plant reproduction worksheet Pollination quiz with accompanying worksheet Pollination activity and accompanying worksheets What is seed dispersal and the different methods (wind, animal, water, explosion) Seed dispersal quiz with accompanying worksheet Link to a seed dispersal video 'The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant' is fully editable so teachers can adapt the resource to suit the needs of each class they teach.
The Flower and Plant Reproduction - Bingo (KS2/3)Quick View
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The Flower and Plant Reproduction - Bingo (KS2/3)

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fun starter or revision activity on the structure of the flower, plant life cycle, pollination, seed dispersal, germination 32 different bingo cards (with 9 symbols each) and 1 call sheet with all 30 symbols print out, cut up Bingo cards, play!
Exploring Science 8B – Plants and their ReproductionQuick View
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Exploring Science 8B – Plants and their Reproduction

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Full unit including lesson powerpoint and appropriate resources. Additional resources can be used from ActiveTeach but are not essential. Classification Biodiversity Asexual Reproduction Flower Structure Pollination Fertilisation and Making Seeds Seed Dispersal Growth and Germination Plant Life Cycle
Life cycle of a plant powerpointQuick View
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Life cycle of a plant powerpoint

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Graphics of the main parts of plant life cycle. Pictures of different flowers. Please leave feedback. Please encourage your schoolt o recycle unwanted materials and books to schoolaid.
Life Cycle of a Plant - Parts of a FlowerQuick View
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Life Cycle of a Plant - Parts of a Flower

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Life Cycle of a Plant - Parts of a Flower. Explore the parts of a flower and how they link to the reproduction of a flower. Differentiated task to support learning and clip in the PPT to visually represent. Follows the NC of plants and suitable for KS2 Lower (Year 3).
Life Cycle of PlantsQuick View
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Life Cycle of Plants

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A Powerpoint taking children through the life cycle of flowering plants. Reference is made to non-flowering plants and asexual and sexual reproduction. Included are links to videos and a plenary Kahoot quiz.
The Life Cycle of PlantsQuick View
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The Life Cycle of Plants

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An in depth presentation showing flower anatomy along with detailed diagrams of plant and fruit structure. Adaptations of flowering plants to reproduction. Suitable from KS3 to A-level Botany.
Life Cycle of a Tree: ReproductionQuick View
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Life Cycle of a Tree: Reproduction

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Information sheet on Pollination Illustrated information sheets on Anatomy of a Flower, Development of Fruit Worksheet on Reproduction This resource aims to enable pupils to understand why trees produce flowers, attract pollinators and how they produce fruit and seeds, and to be able to name the parts of a flower. The document is available as a pdf for ease of download and is in black and white throughout for simple reproduction. This resource is the third in a series of five about the life cycle of a tree. The others are: • Germination • Photosynthesis • The Wood Wide Web • Structure of a Tree They may be purchased as a bundle. Keywords: reproduction, pollination, seed, fruit, tree, plant, stamen, pistil
Plant life cycleQuick View
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Plant life cycle

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Plants are more like humans than you think; they share the seven characteristics of living things! Children take a look at the reproductive part of plants – the flower and find out more about how they are used in the process. Suitable for Y5 pupils. Find other lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.
Plant Reproduction - Tarsia (KS3)Quick View
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Plant Reproduction - Tarsia (KS3)

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Tarsia puzzle on life cycle of plants / reproduction in flowering plants (flower structure, fertilisation, seed dispersal, germination) great as starter, plenary or revision activity 24 cards per set (with 30 keywords, definitions and structures to match up) Print on A3 for larger triangles.
Parts of a Flower. Pollination and Fertilisation LessonQuick View
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Parts of a Flower. Pollination and Fertilisation Lesson

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KS2 Science PowerPoint Lesson and worksheets on parts of a flower, pollination and fertilisation. This is the fourth lesson in a series of Year 3 Science lessons on Plants. Corresponds to the Year 3 Science statutory requirements: explore the part that flowers play in the life cycle of flowering plants, including pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal. Can also be used in Year 5 : describe the life process of reproduction in some plants and animals. 17 pages including the front cover and Hoppy Times terms and conditions. In this lesson, students learn about the main parts of a flower (petals, sepals, pistil, stigma with anthers, etc.) and their functions. This is an opportunity for the students to learn about the flower parts as they dissect them. I recommend using daffodils, lillies or tulips. A couple of paper flowers are also included for cutting out if live flowers are not available. Students also learn about the processes of pollination and fertilisation. The PowerPoint is provided with explanations, video links, interactive activities and a plenary. Also included are differentiated dissection mats - the idea is for the student to remove the flower parts and put them in correct places on the mat. They can then be secured by sticky back plastic or tape. Bonus - Flower Parts Poster and 3 labelling worksheets (differentiated). The PowerPoint is editable, making it easier to customise and tailor to the needs of your class. HoppyTimes
Plant Growth, Reproduction and Life Cycle Crossword Puzzle and KeyQuick View
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Plant Growth, Reproduction and Life Cycle Crossword Puzzle and Key

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NO PREP PRINTABLE! This puzzle works well for days you have numerous absent students, for test prep, or when you have a substitute teacher scheduled. As a teacher you have no missed teaching time because this puzzle reviews 16 vocabulary words about plant reproduction, growth and lifecycles. You will receive one puzzle, word clues, word bank, and an answer key. 16 terms included: Flowering Plants Non-Flowering Plants Conifers Pollination Pistil Anther Stamen Ovary Ovules Pollen Wind Fertilization Germination Petal Seed Dispersal Lifecycle This crossword is included in my lesson Plant Growth, Reproduction and Life Cycle Lesson See Additional Crossword Puzzles in my store
Plant Life Cycle : Unit with worksheetsQuick View
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Plant Life Cycle : Unit with worksheets

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Plant Life Cycle: This science unit is prepared to teach all about the ‘Life Cycle of a Plant’ in the subject of biology. As we all know very well that life could not exist without the plants on earth. Plants produce food as well as oxygen for all of us. This unit in the form of PDF file includes engaging, colorful, informative, visually stimulating and eye-catching photos and diagrams as per the topic need which rarely fails to stimulate a lively class discussion. The unit includes 12 different worksheets at the end for the assessment of students knowledge and learning in class. Students may research different facts about each type of plant life cycle. The unit involves the following Completed facts and topics: 1. Introduction 2. Life cycle of flowering plant 3. Seeds with basics 4. Germination 5. Sprout or seedling 6. Mature plant 7. Flowering 8. Pollination 9. Life cycle of Non-flowering plant: use of Spores and Seeds for reproduction 10. Gametophytes 11. Life cycle of Pine. Exercises : 1.Questions & Answers 2.Definitions 3.Question & answers based on Reading comprehension 4.Life cycle chart based exercise 5.Finding the correct order of stages of life cycle 6.Color-cutout-paste activity 7.KWL chart on plant life cycle 8.Writing words/phrases on plant life cycle 9.Life cycle of Non-flowering plants (seeds) based exercise 10.Life cycle of Non-flowering plants (spores) based exercise 11.Differences and similarities 12.Characteristics of flowering plants and non-flowering plants. If you have any questions on a unit for quality please email me and I will gladly assist you any way I can. Thank you for your time and interest in this resource. Thank you in advance for rating and commenting on this unit. You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivity, special education, interactive activities, and more!
Plant Growth, Reproduction and Life Cycle Lessons with Interactive Student Notebook LessonsQuick View
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Plant Growth, Reproduction and Life Cycle Lessons with Interactive Student Notebook Lessons

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This 36 slide PowerPoint equips students to identify processes of sexual reproduction in flowering plants, including pollination, fertilization, seed dispersal, and germination. Students will also identify the reproductive structures of a flower and their functions. Students will compare and contrast the major stages in the life cycles of flowering and nonflowering seed-bearing plants. The first lesson reviews how plants are classified, and then moves into flower anatomy. Flower anatomy is followed by plant reproduction, pollination and fertilization. The final two lessons are on methods of seed dispersal and plant life cycles. Included are the interactive student notes that coincide with the PowerPoint. Within the PowerPoint are EDITABLE discussion questions that can be used in group discussion, turn and talks, or as a quick assessment for understanding. Also within the PowerPoint are short relevant video clips to help reconstruct the lesson in a visual format. As always, two versions of Student Notes are included. Use the one set for your IEP(I have them follow along and highlight the information and vocabulary words with a highlighter) or absent students. This lesson meets the fourth grade state standards (FL-SC.4.L.16.1, SC.4.L.16.4, NGSS- LS3,LS4) , but is assessed on the annual 5th grade state benchmark exam.
Year 5 Quiz Cards - Life Cycles of PlantsQuick View
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Year 5 Quiz Cards - Life Cycles of Plants

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This topic combines parts of the Year 5 Living Things and their Habitats and Animals, including Humans Programmes of Study, focusing on the Life Cycles of Plants. The 30 questions explore the 6 stages of the flowering plant’s life cycle, the parts of the flower as well as sexual and asexual reproduction in plants. Examples of vocabulary include, stamen, stigma, anther, ovary, pollination and seed dispersal. Print double sided and the answers will be on the back. Great for checking for understanding of key concepts and revision. Visit our shop at Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/MrNimblesQuizCards?ref=seller-platform-mcnav
LIVING THINGS AND THEIR HABITATS - LIFE CYCLES - TEN LESSONSQuick View
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LIVING THINGS AND THEIR HABITATS - LIFE CYCLES - TEN LESSONS

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This ten-part series uses power point presentations and worksheet activities to cover Sexual and asexual reproduction Reproduction in flowering plants Flowering plants life cycles Reproduction in non-flowering plants Mammal life cycles Bird life cycle Amphibian life cycle Insect life cycles Work project - differences in life cycles *Richard Attenborough *
Reproduction in Plants and Animals Planning and WorksheetsQuick View
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Reproduction in Plants and Animals Planning and Worksheets

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Complete unit planning and worksheets Meets new curriculum guidelines To describe the process of reproduction in flowering plants, explaining the process of seed dispersal. To name the reproductive parts of flowers and explain their importance To explain the reproductive process of plants including asexual reproduction To describe life cycles of plants, animals and mammals and recognise the process as reproduction To understand the importance of reproduction in the prevention of extinction
Science - Life Cycles - Year 5Quick View
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Science - Life Cycles - Year 5

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This is all about plants. There is a medium term plan and some power points to help you. The medium term plan sometimes refers to a science book called 'Letts Science Activity book.' There is a lesson plan on doing a plant experiment to see which one grows best in different conditions.