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Fall Harvest

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Jona Dierckman

on 24 June 2013

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Transcript of Fall Harvest

FALL HARVEST
Riehle's Popcorn

Centers
Word Work

Greenhouse visit
Listening Station
Listen and read to "From Seed to Plant" on a CD
Box Gardening
Parts of a flower
Computer Game
How to Grow Plants
Mini-Lessons

Bar graphs
Envirobuddies
Driving Question
How can we, as first and second graders, teach others the value of growing their own fruits and vegetables in small areas?
drought
seeds
pollination
germinate
seedling
blossom
nutrients
roots
plants
sprouts
stem
Fall Harvest Words
As a whole group, read the story aloud. Asking questions to check for understanding and comprehension as the story progresses.
Parts of a Plant
COMMUNITY PARTNERS
PROJECT WITH STUDENTS AND HELP FROM 8TH GRADE BUDDIES
FRACTION FUN!
Story Assessment
As a whole group, read the story aloud. Asking questions to check for understanding and comprehension as the story progresses.
Story Assessment
Centers can be done
with partner
or small groups
Students can use letter tiles to spell words
More advanced students can use the words
in sentences and illustrate them
http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/plants.html
Use any of the following
three documents
to asses students work
at the listening station
We would like to visit our community partner's farm
to observe the process from planting to packaging of popcorn!
We will visit our local green house
to learn about plant care and
when they start planting
The Ripley County Soil and Water Conservation office will visit our school to teach us why it is important for seeds to have soil and water. The students will be making Envirobuddies.
Additional assessment
Students will cut and paste to label the parts of a plant
You think you know your fractions? Try one of the many games that Vegetable Soup offers and see how well you know your stuff! Includes 48 cards representing fractions of onions, tomatoes, pumpkins and cabbages. There are 12 cards for each vegetable, as follows: 1 half, 4 quarters, 2 thirds and 5 sixths. Three rules for practice games will get players ready for one of the following three games: Know Your Onions, Soup of the Day, and Super Soup. These games provide experience in understanding that a whole can be made from different combinations of fractions. Players who master Vegetable Soup will be familiar with fractions of concrete objects and are ready to handle fractions as abstract numbers. Ages 6 and up.

Students will learn common core math standards by producing picture graphs, bar graphs and line graphs.
Students will learn about fractions by demonstrating cutting fruits and vegetables in halves, fourths, and thirds.
Students will have fun learning and experimenting with fractions by playing the Vegetable Soup game.

Math fun
Fall Harvest Festival
Our project will conclude with our Fall Harvest Festival. Students will present what they have learned by dressing as farmers and share their knowledge about their fruit or vegetable.
Project by: Melissa Lecher, Jona Dierckman, Sr.Carol Ann Mause St. Nicholas Catholic School, Ripley Couny
Launch Video :Buster's Green Thumb
Rubric
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