Objectives 1. Identify parts of a plant. 2. Tell what a seed needs in order for it to grow. 3. Learn the different ways in which seeds travel. 4. Learn how plants grow in many ways. 5. Participate in class viewing and discussion of plant art. 6. Plant seeds. 7. Draw a more accurate picture of a tree.
Students will have the chance to redraw their tree. This will be a part of their assessment.
1 Does not meet expectations 2 Slightly meets expectations 3 Meets expectations 4 Exceeds expectations Participates In class discussions Identify what a seed needs to grow n/a Identify plant parts n/a Tree drawing Assessment Rubric
Resources Aston, Diana H. A Seed is Sleepy. (2007). Vancouver, British Columbia. Marzollo, Jean and Judith Moffatt. I'm a Seed. (1996.) New York, New York: Scholastic Inc. Stevens, Jean. Tops and Bottoms. (1995). New York, New York: HarcourtBrace and Company. Udry, Janice M. and Marc Simont. A Tree Is Nice. (1987). United States: Haper Collins Publishers. Yang, Myser. (2010). Plant Unit Art Slides. Retrieved from http://www.artsconnected.org/resource/116652plant-unit
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