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Week 36, Day One. HW #114 - Complete Flower Structure worksheet. Continue working on your Cornell notes. Warm up Please pass last week’s warm up to the aisle. Start a new one for this week.

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Week 36, Day One

HW #114 - Complete Flower Structure worksheet.

Continue working on your Cornell notes.

Warm up

Please pass last week’s warm up to the aisle. Start a new one for this week.

If you were to separate the plants listed below into monocots and dicots, how would you do it?

*wheat

*radish

*pea

*corn

*rye

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Warm up Response

Monocots(grasses)

Wheat, Corn, Rye

Dicots

Peas, Radishes

homework response check
Homework Response/Check
  • Did you work on your Cornell notes?
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Goals for Today

  • Begin Flower Structure & Reproduction worksheet
  • Groups will be called to plant
    • Choose 1 monocot and 1 dicot to plant
    • Label your cup (plant type, color, table names)
    • 3/4cup of soil
    • Use a graduated cylinder -- 25 ml of water
  • Draw seeds in the “All About Plants” packet.
  • Zoo logistics (student cell phone numbers, parent emails for drivers, assign cars and see if we have enough to go)
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