3rd Grade-Ch. 1 Lesson 4 How do new plants grow?
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3rd Grade-Ch. 1 Lesson 4 How do new plants grow? 3rd Grade-Ch. 1 Lesson 4 How do new plants grow? Presentation Transcript

  • Ch. 1 Lesson 4 How do new plants grow?
  • Activity-Seed Socks Date Day Observations 9/1/09 1 Planted seed sock 3 5 7 9 11 13 15
  • ways that seeds scatter :
  • wind
  • water
  • Coconuts are seeds scattered by water.
  •  
  • carried by animals bur
  • eaten by animals
  • germinate start to grow
  • seeds need right conditions to grow:
      • right temp.
      • right amount of water
      • air
  • seedling
      • plant that has just germinated
  •  
  • Food is stored in the seed leaf. seed leaf
  • Seeds are protected by seed coat. seed coat
  •  
  • 4 ways that seeds scatter
  • 4 ways that seeds scatter
      • wind
      • water
      • carried by animals
      • eaten by animals
  • germinate start to grow
  • start to grow
  • Food is stored in the __________.
  • Food is stored in the __________. seed leaf
  • Seeds are protected by the ______.
  • Seeds are protected by the ______. seed coat
  • wind
  • carried by animals
      • plant that has just germinated
  • seedling
      • plant that has just germinated
  • Garden in a glove germination activity
      • You need a plastic glove (food service glove -- not latex), 5 different types of seeds, and cotton balls.
      • The children dampen 5 cotton balls and put a seed on each cotton ball.
      • Put a cotton ball and seed in each finger of the glove.
      • Hang a clothesline and use clothes pins to hold the gloves on. Observe the changes. They can see the seed crack open and the sprout grow.
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      • Watermelon
      • Carrot
      • Cantaloupe
      • Cucumber
      • Alyssum