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Plants Fourth Grade Unit. By: Giselle Quinones Peta Gaye-Grey. Plants. Inside a Seed. Parts of a Plant. Word Wall. Moving Seeds. Good for Us?. Jeopardy. What plants need. Plants Word Wall. Stem. Soil. Seed Coat. Flower. Seed. Cotyledons. Leaves. Fruit. Roots.

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Plants fourth grade unit
Plants Fourth Grade Unit

By: Giselle Quinones

Peta Gaye-Grey


Plants

Inside a

Seed

Parts of a Plant

Word Wall

Moving

Seeds

Good for

Us?

Jeopardy

What

plants need


Plants Word Wall

Stem

Soil

Seed Coat

Flower

Seed

Cotyledons

Leaves

Fruit

Roots

Carbon Dioxide

Embryo


What is inside a seed
What is inside a seed?

Seeds:

http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case3/c3facts2.html

  • What do seeds need to grow?

  • What protects the seed?


How are seeds dispersed
How are seeds dispersed?

What are the different ways that seeds are dispersed?

What happens after the seeds are spread (dispersed)?

http://www.sfscience.com/english/grade_3/unit_A/chap_1/act_3/2.htm


Parts of a plant
Parts of a Plant

Watch it Grow!

http://www.fossweb.com/modulesK-2/NewPlants/index.html

Parts of a Plant:

http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case1/c1facts2a.html



What do plants need to live
What do plants need to live?

Sesame Street:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxAV4rkQ6D0&feature=related

What does Ernie do for his plant?

Do all plants give us fruit or flowers?


How are plants beneficial to humans
How are plants beneficial to humans?

http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/player/kids/green-kids/plants-kids.html

What would happen if the earth did not have any plants?


Seed

The part of the plant that can be used to grow into another plant.


Fruit
Fruit

Comes from a flower and contains plenty of seeds.


Roots
Roots

Holds the plant into the soil and takes in water and nutrients.


Stem

Supports the plant and spreads water and nutrients to the other parts of a plant


Flower
Flower

Part of the plant that makes seeds and sometimes turns into a fruit.


Leaves
Leaves

Takes in sunlight to make food. It also takes air in and out.



The baby plant is also known as the
The baby plant is also known as the…

  • A. Cotyledons

  • B. Seed

  • C. Seed Coat

  • D. Embryo


The protective layer of a seed is called the
The protective layer of a seed is called the…

  • A. Seed Coat

  • B. Embryo

  • C. Cotyledons

  • D. Baby Plant


What is used as a food source until the seed grows into a plant
What is used as a food source until the seed grows into a plant?

  • A. Seed Coat

  • B. Cotyledons

  • C. Root

  • D. Embryo


Seeds with hooks will tend to stick to
Seeds with hooks will tend to stick to plant?

  • A. Animal’s Fur

  • B. Trees

  • C. Cars

  • D. Books


Seeds that are soft and light will often
Seeds that are soft and light will often plant?

  • A. Stay in its place

  • B. Planted

  • C. Eaten

  • D. Blown away by the wind


If a fruit is eaten by an animal then the seeds will be scattered through the
If a fruit is eaten by an animal, then the seeds will be scattered through the

  • A. Wind

  • B. Animal’s Droppings

  • C. Water

  • D. People


The spreads the nutrients throughout the plant
The _____ spreads the nutrients throughout the plant. scattered through the

  • A. Roots

  • B. Leaf

  • C. Seed

  • D. Stem


Nutrients from the sun is taken in by the
Nutrients from the sun is taken in by the…. scattered through the

  • A. Leaves

  • B. Roots

  • C. Stem

  • D. Seed


What part of the plant takes in nutrients from the soil
What part of the plant takes in nutrients from the soil? scattered through the

  • A. Leaves

  • B. Stem

  • C. Seed

  • D. Roots


True or false sunlight is needed by plants in order to grow
True or False: scattered through theSunlight is needed by plants in order to grow.

True False


What does a plant not need to survive
What does a plant scattered through thenot need to survive?

  • A. Juice

  • B. Water

  • C. Soil

  • D. Air


Plants use from air to make food
Plants use _____ from air to make food. scattered through the

  • A. Seeds

  • B. Soil

  • C. Nitrogen

  • D. Carbon Dioxide


True or false humans benefit from plants because they use it for paper
True or False scattered through theHumans benefit from plants because they use it for paper.

True False


What type of food does not come from plants
What type of food does scattered through thenot come from plants?

  • A. Apples

  • B. Vegetables

  • C. Cheese

  • D. Fruit


Why is oxygen from plants important for us
Why is oxygen from plants important for us? scattered through the

  • A. It’s cool to have

  • B. It smells good

  • C. It tastes good

  • D. We need it to live


Seed coat
Seed Coat scattered through the

The protective layer of a seed.


Soil scattered through the

Contains minerals and nutrients for plants.


Cotyledons
Cotyledons scattered through the

Used as a food source until the seed grows into a plant


Carbon dioxide
Carbon Dioxide scattered through the

Taken from the air by plants to make food.


Embryo
Embryo scattered through the

The “baby plant” of the seed.


Scavenger hunt
Scavenger Hunt scattered through the

Quiz Questions:

Helpful Links:

http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case1/c1facts2a.html

http://theseedsite.co.uk/seedparts.html

http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case4/c4facts1b.html

http://www.mbgnet.net/bioplants/seed.html

http://www2.bgfl.org/bgfl2/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/science/plants_pt2/index.htm

Filementality:

http://www.kn.att.com/wired/fil/pages/listplantliti.html

  • 1) What are the parts of a seed?

  • 2) What are the parts of a seed?

  • 3) Which part of the plant absorbs water and nutrients?

  • 4) Which are the different ways that seed dispersal occurs?

  • 5) What do seeds need to grow?

  • 6) What do leaves produce?

  • 7) What are the parts of the plant and their functions?

  • 8) How are plants helpful to humans?

  • 9) What parts of a plant are responsible for reproduction?

  • 10) What is the difference between a male and a female plant?


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