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  • Cell wall
    Cells need energy
    Plants needs cell wall, store water (one vacuole vs. animal cells who don’t store) produce own food > chloroplast

    nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, mitochrondria






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  • Life Science

    1. 1. Life Science
    2. 2. Day One Read 26-27 Cell Worksheet
    3. 3. Day Two Basic parts of an Animal/Plant Cell Microscopes Worksheet Using a microscope Parts of microscopes
    4. 4. Day Three How Does a Microscope Magnify Quiz EXTRA CREDIT - Make a model
    5. 5. Days 4 and 5 Cell Lab Bill Nye - Cells
    6. 6. Day 6 Celery Stalk Activity Basic Parts of Plants
    7. 7. Main Idea
    8. 8. Main Idea Vascular plants have special structures for the transport of materials such as
    9. 9. Main Idea Vascular plants have special structures for the transport of materials such as sugar
    10. 10. Main Idea Vascular plants have special structures for the transport of materials such as sugar water
    11. 11. Main Idea Vascular plants have special structures for the transport of materials such as sugar water minerals
    12. 12. How do different materials move in plants?
    13. 13. How do different materials move in plants? Vascular plants move materials through specialized cells in their transport system.
    14. 14. How do different materials move in plants? Vascular plants move materials through specialized cells in their transport system. Transport system made up of:
    15. 15. How do different materials move in plants? Vascular plants move materials through specialized cells in their transport system. Transport system made up of: root
    16. 16. How do different materials move in plants? Vascular plants move materials through specialized cells in their transport system. Transport system made up of: root stem
    17. 17. How do different materials move in plants? Vascular plants move materials through specialized cells in their transport system. Transport system made up of: root stem leaf
    18. 18. How do different materials move in plants? Vascular plants move materials through specialized cells in their transport system. Transport system made up of: root stem leaf Move from roots > stems > leaves
    19. 19. Root pg. 82
    20. 20. Root pg. 82 Absorbs water & minerals
    21. 21. Root pg. 82 Absorbs water & minerals Stores food
    22. 22. Root pg. 82 Absorbs water & minerals Stores food Anchors the plant
    23. 23. Root pg. 82 Absorbs water & minerals Stores food Anchors the plant Spreads out and into the soil
    24. 24. Stem pg. 82
    25. 25. Stem pg. 82 Main stalk of a plant
    26. 26. Stem pg. 82 Main stalk of a plant Develops buds and grows above ground
    27. 27. Stem pg. 82 Main stalk of a plant Develops buds and grows above ground Materials move up and down
    28. 28. Stem pg. 82 Main stalk of a plant Develops buds and grows above ground Materials move up and down EX: Trunk is a stem of a tree
    29. 29. Leaf pg. 82
    30. 30. Leaf pg. 82 Grows from the stem because they’re connected
    31. 31. Leaf pg. 82 Grows from the stem because they’re connected Takes in and releases gas into air
    32. 32. Leaf pg. 82 Grows from the stem because they’re connected Takes in and releases gas into air Use carbon dioxide & water to produce sugar.
    33. 33. Leaf pg. 82 Grows from the stem because they’re connected Takes in and releases gas into air Use carbon dioxide & water to produce sugar. Sugar transported out through stem
    34. 34. Root > Stem > Leaf
    35. 35. Root > Stem > Leaf root
    36. 36. Root > Stem > Leaf stem root
    37. 37. Root > Stem > Leaf leaf stem root
    38. 38. What is the transport system made of? pg. 84
    39. 39. What is the transport system made of? pg. 84 Made of
    40. 40. What is the transport system made of? pg. 84 Made of Xylem
    41. 41. What is the transport system made of? pg. 84 Made of Xylem Phloem
    42. 42. What is the transport system made of? pg. 84 Made of Xylem Phloem Cambium
    43. 43. Xylem Phloem
    44. 44. Xylem Moves water and minerals UP from the roots Phloem
    45. 45. Xylem Moves water and minerals UP from the roots As water moves up, it is stored in the vacuoles Phloem
    46. 46. Xylem Moves water and minerals UP from the roots As water moves up, it is stored in the vacuoles Phloem Moves sugar produced in the leaves to other parts
    47. 47. Cambium
    48. 48. Cambium It is a layer of cells that separates the xylem and the phloem.
    49. 49. Cambium It is a layer of cells that separates the xylem and the phloem. New xylem and phloem are produced here.
    50. 50. phloem
    51. 51. phloem cambium
    52. 52. phloem cambium xylem
    53. 53. How are roots different?
    54. 54. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots
    55. 55. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Taproots
    56. 56. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Taproots one large root
    57. 57. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Taproots one large root few branching and hairy roots
    58. 58. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Taproots one large root few branching and hairy roots grow deep into the ground
    59. 59. How are roots different?
    60. 60. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots
    61. 61. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Fibrous root
    62. 62. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Fibrous root thin branching roots
    63. 63. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Fibrous root thin branching roots huge net works of roots underground
    64. 64. How are roots different?
    65. 65. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots
    66. 66. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Prop root
    67. 67. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Prop root grow like “fingers”
    68. 68. How are roots different? Several kinds of roots Prop root grow like “fingers” help support or prop up the plant
    69. 69. Summary Plants have several ways of moving materials throughout itself. First of all, Vascular plants have a transport system made up roots, stems, and leaves. Secondly, roots absorb water and minerals into the plant. Finally, the stems contain xylem and phloem to move material around. The xylem carries water and materials. The phloem moves food from the leaves to the rest of the plant. Water and materials move through plants in different ways.
    70. 70. Day 7 Photosynthesis sheet Colored pencils needed Thirsty Plants Lab
    71. 71. Day 10 Vocabulary Read 38 - 41 cells > tissues > organs... Read 144 - 149 Circulatory System What’s in Your Blood? How Does Your Heart Work?
    72. 72. Day 11 Review What’s in Your Blood/How Does Your Heart Work? Kid Circulation
    73. 73. Day 12 How Does Your Heart Rate? Lab
    74. 74. Day 13 Circulatory System Review Sheet Bill Nye - The Human Body
    75. 75. Day 14 Human Respiration Take a Breather Balloon Circulatory/Respiratory Systems
    76. 76. Day 15 Read 134-138 The Respiratory System Body Systems Video Study for Circ./Respiratory
    77. 77. Day 16 Read pgs. 122 - 128 The Digestive System Label the “Human Digestion” diagram
    78. 78. Day 17 The Digestive System worksheet The Food Tube
    79. 79. Day 18 Digestive System worksheet DUE Continuing FOOD TUBE activity
    80. 80. Day 19 Reviewing Digestive System Continue FOOD TUBE Body Systems on “Digestive system”
    81. 81. Day 20 Finish FOOD TUBE activity The Magic School Bus - For Lunch

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