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Transcript of Midterm -Plants
John A. Forrest Elementary School
Fair Lawn, NJ
by: Kathy Gasienica
By the completion of the first two lessons in this unit, students will be able to:
- recognize living things v. nonliving things
- describe major structures of plants
(stem, leaves, seed, roots)
- identify the needs of a plants
- label plant parts correctly
- understand plants are vital in environment
- identify plants as resources
- understand caring for plants
- recognize plants as living things
- Journal Observations
- Labeling plant
- Living v. Nonliving Sort
- Participation/following directions
Sense & Meaning
Does it make sense?
Why do I need to know this?
When will I use this?
Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
Prime Time 1
Day 1 (Living/Nonliving Things)
Science Big Book
Day 2 (Plant Needs/Parts of a Plant)
Plant Needs Song
Science Big Book
Prime Time 2
Living/Nonliving Outdoor Hunt
Group sharing of data
Parts of a Plant Project
Labeling parts of plant
Creation of Anchor
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