Explain: 1. Tell them to that each of them will get the chance to take a seed and move it to a different place in the classroom. So, I say, "Class we have studied how animals use their external features to help them survive, and now we are going to learn about plants external parts. Give each of the students a plastic baggie containing all of the parts. This is the first lesson in this unit, and learning parts to plants is an essential component of being able to master the standard. Read A Seed is Sleepy by Dianna Hutts Aston. Assessment (Evaluate): 1. Read the book Tops to Bottoms by Janet Stevens.2. Now, by listening I can determine how much support and extra explanations I am going to need to add, or if there is a specific child who can share a lot of information. This is the first lesson in this unit, and learning parts to plants is an essential component of being able to master the standard. Use materials to design a solution to a human problem by mimicking how plants and/or animals use their external parts to help them survive, grow, and meet their needs. PA.R.1.5.1.F.1 Spell high-frequency sight words correctly.3. Seed Coat: protects inside of the seed until it is ready to grow. Using the page from the class created big book, review the job of the roots and the stem. Role-play pollination. Have students come to the back carpet with their plant journals. PA.ENV.4.2.4.B.3 Identify the sources of manmade products. Using the overhead, we will label each part of the plant.3. Then it can make its own food. Dr. Jean’s Kiss Your Brain! 3. Piece of fruit from home Teacher: 1. Each morning I will ask someone to help me uncover the next seed. Have students draw a picture of what one of the carrots looks like now in the first box.5. Give each corner an item in the category. Briefly model the different things they will need to do (stretch to the sky, spread arms out wide like big leaves, breathe in the air, plant feet into the floor as roots, suck up the water, pretend to mix up all the ingredients).5. Recall facts about seeds.2. Explain (1): 1. Students will take turns drawing a picture from the box. All Rights Reserved. Are you sure the label is correct? Sometimes songs help me remember information that I need to know. Earth and Its Natural Resources. PA.SCI.3.7.4.D.3 Identify and use simple graphic and presentation graphic materials generated by the computer. 2. If they do not, give them another seed. Closure (Elaborate): 1. PA.R.1.2.1.B Identify and use a variety of media to gain information. 2. Sort their items into categories. The students will assist me in planting the seeds in the sponges. 2. They need to give their plant a name. This is my method of scaffolding and modeling my desired expectation. Show students the four different seeds. Explain that each seed is a different size and different shape. PA.ENV.4.2.4.B.2 Identify by-products of plants and animals. Label each part and what it does. d.    What helped it to grow? Tell them to put the seed in the hole and use a little more soil to cover it up. PA.AH.PPE.9.1.3.B.1 Dance: move; perform2. Procedures: Explore:  1. Using a spoon, they will spread lots of grass seeds over the bottom. Know why plants are important to people. PA.R.1.6.1.D.6 Recite poems, rhymes, songs and stories. Identify observable patterns2. Write their answers on chart paper titled How Seeds Move. They will spoon potting soil into the sock. They need to describe what is strange about it (does it look strange, eat something strange, smell strange, etc.) II. Number the corners in the room from 1-4. The leaves take the sun and carbon dioxide and combine it with the water from the soil to make food. Explain that today we are going to do an experiment with soil. Know the parts of the flower and each part’s job. Create a graph. Materials to make a grass creature    a. Students will get a half sheet of white construction paper. Page 1 DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE 4 1. Assist in labeling a diagram showing the process of photosynthesis. Soak the sponge in a dish of water and then squeeze out the excess. Lima bean (one dry, one soaked)2. h.    Label the parts. PA.R.1.5.1.F.2 Capitalize the first word of a sentence, names of people, and the pronoun I. 3. PA.SCI.3.3.4.B.2 Determine how different parts of a living thing work together to make the organism function. Show students the sponges. Detailed lesson plan in science 4 1. Pass the seeds around so each student can see them.3. Math 1. List what they already know about seeds.2. a. This lesson connects to 1-LS1-1, because the students are going to label the parts to a plant. Now observe the parts of the plants, Root and Shoot system of the plants. Each of the students will be their own plant. Construct and observe an experiment with two types of soil, sand, and water.4. Students will create a hypothesis for each experiment. PA.R.1.5.1.B Write content sentences using content appropriate for the topic.3. 4. Class big book with photosynthesis diagram. Read The Tiny Seed. I want you to tell your peanut butter jelly partner everything you know about plants.". 2. Materials: Student: 1. Materials: Student: 1. 2. This … Put the plant parts diagram on the overhead. What might happen if we did not plant a seed in soil? Remind students of when they acted out how a plant grew from a seed to a flower. Students will act out the parts of the plant using the song as a reference. Have the students write a hypothesis for which day they think we will see the first sprout. They need to write their hypothesis underneath of the graph. Note: This lesson was updated in June 2020. Assessment (Evaluate): 1. So, I use a spreadsheet I keep taped to my white board that I check off to see who's turn it is to present. Procedures: Explore:  1. Complete the “Packets of Plants” packet by identifying the parts of the plant the vegetables came from. Objectives: 1. Repeat the same procedure with the other side of their card. The job of the leaves is to take in sunlight and something called carbon dioxide from the air. I will leave the slideshow on a continuous loop so the students can use the paintings as a model. Copy of Strange Plants by Kira Freed from Reading A to Z2. PA.R.1.2.2.A Read and understand essential content of informational texts.2. PA.R.1.5.1.B Write content sentences using content appropriate for the topic. Identify observable patterns. Have them write their hypothesis in their journal.6. Popsicle sticks with student names, Objectives:  Students will… 1. Know the parts of a flower and each part’s job. Recall facts about seeds. PA.ENV.4.7.4.B.1 Explain how specific adaptations can help a living organism to survive. They will have time during morning centers or at the beginning of science to record their observations. Explain that the petals protect the inside parts of the flower. The Magical Garden of Claude Monet by Laurence Anholt3. Materials: Chart, Pictures of different plants … Students need to complete the plant diagram placing the parts in the correct position and labeling each of the parts. Lesson Plan in Science I. In the lesson, the students are in pairs and they illustrate their plant in their science notebook. Predict what is inside their seed. Procedures: Explore:  1. Tell the bee to buzz around the two flowers. We are going to act out plants making food. Does anyone recognize any of these seeds? Remind students of when they acted out how a plant grew from a seed to a flower. Fill each of the cups with soil and sprinkle the grass seed on top. PA.SCI.3.2.4.C.2 Design an investigation. Know the parts of a flower and each part’s job.2. • Plants are made up of different parts that we can eat. Know the life cycle of a plant.2. In this lesson, students will identify and describe each part of a plant and sort Learning Garden crops by plant parts. The students will role-play pollination in a group and then present it to the class. Sunlight, water, and air help the plant to make the food that it needs to grow. Procedures: Explore/Explain:  1. Use the same amount of water in each of the other cups.7. c.    Set the sponge in a shallow dish of water and let it drink its fill. b. Show them how to break apart the seed. Explain that soil is made of leaves, parts of trees and other plants that have died, bits of rock, and sometimes insects and animals that died a long time ago. Half sheet of white construction paper2. I will congratulate each of the students on their achievement and give them back their folders. It takes about a hundred years or more to make natural soil that you can dig outside.3. Have students draw a picture of what the potato looks like now in the first box. Class big book with photosynthesis diagram4. National Geographic Young Explorers magazine, March 2007 issue3. Students will complete a diagram showing the parts of a seed. We need to add what other two things? Put the plant parts diagram on the overhead. Students will complete the “Packet of Plants” activity. Label the part. When they feel the water, they will start to grow. 2 pieces of yellow pipe cleaner (made by cutting one in half)    c.    One 4” orange pipe cleaner    d.    Two 7” tissue paper circles    e.    Labels (made from sticker paper) Teacher: 1. When they are finished constructing the seed wheel, they can go back and color it. We will watch the Power Point slideshow of the pictures of the lima bean seeds growing. Science 1. “Grows into a flower” (spread fingers of right hand up from left fist)3. PA.SCI.3.3.4.B Know that living things are made up of parts that have specific functions.2. How does it stay alive?" What happened when she put the plant outside? Assessment (Evaluate): 1. Know the parts of a plant3. Powerpoint presentation with pictures and videos of strange plants. PA.SCI.3.7.4.D.3 Identify and use simple graphic and presentation graphic materials generated by the computer. Have the students turn to page 3 in their plant journal. Sports: Soccer, Football, Basketball, Hockey. After we watch the video, we will create a page in our big book showing the process of photosynthesis. Roots are the most overlooked parts of plants, because in nature, we One plant will receive sun and air, but no water. Dr. Jean’s Kiss Your Brain CD2. Now, I have collected a variety of plants and I give each child a different plant to analyze. Have students draw a picture and/or write about each of the plants in the appropriate box in their journal. They will sample a food from each plant part. Food: Pizza, Tacos, Chicken Nuggets, Mac N Cheese. Students will act out the life cycle of a plant to show their understanding of the process.2. Camera with hook-up to television and computer. Using the downloaded copy of the book, show it on the TV. PA.R.1.4.1.B Write informational sentences. Procedures: Explore:1. PA.M.2.6.2.A  Gather, organize and display data using pictures, PA.SCI.3.1.4.C Illustrate patterns that regularly occur and reoccur in nature. Explain that today we are going to start learning about the parts of the plant. Science 1. PA.SCI.3.1.4.B Know models as useful simplifications of objects or processes. Memorize a song for the parts of the plant using body movements to demonstrate the parts. Know the job of the roots and the stem.3. Explain to the students that sponges are really good at holding water. Tell them that the pollen goes inside of the pistil to make seeds.6. Students should discuss the visible structure and different parts of the plants within the group. 8. Anticipatory Set (Engage): 1. Students will create a hypothesis for each experiment. Label this plant with a popsicle stick showing a raindrop and a cloud. We will watch a short video on the process of photosynthesis from United Streaming. PA.ENV.4.4.4.C.2 Identify what plants and animals need to grow. PA.M.2.6.2.A  Gather, organize and display data using picturesScience 1. PA.ENV.4.8.4.D.1 Identify items used in daily life that come from natural resources. c.    How does a plant start? 4. Have students label and color their diagram. 4. Place several bowls of soil throughout the group with spoons. They will turn in their folders to me. What did Fran feed to her flower to help it grow? 2. PA.SCI.3.1.4.C Illustrate patterns that regularly occur and reoccur in nature. PA.SCI.3.5.4.B Know types and uses of earth materials. I will be looking to see that the items on the checklist are completed. Water5. Pour the water collect from each of the cups into 4 separate clear cups labeled accordingly. Fold over one tip of the orange pipe cleaner. a. PA.SCI.3.1.4.A Know that natural and human-made objects are made up of parts. parts of a plant lesson plan science plants environment worksheet animal kid primary teaching learning students elementary language arts education curriculum kids theme unit resources activities An elementary science lesson on identifying the parts of a plant and plant growth. c.    Then raise their arms for the leaves. Students investigate and report facts about plant parts such as seeds, leaves, fruits, flowers, roots and stems. We will watch the Power Point slideshow of the pictures of the lima bean seeds growing. PA.M.2.6.1.B Interpret information displayed on a graph. Discuss how the size and shape of seeds help them to move. PA.R.1.5.1.C Write organized sentences. What did you find out about your plant? PA Standards: Environment 1. Cut out the circle on the dotted lines. 1 green pipe cleaner    b. Assist in labeling a diagram showing the process of photosynthesis. Record their observations of the experiment in their journal. Review the needs of a plant (water, air, sun, and soil). Have them write a hypothesis in their journal about which mixture they think will hold the most water. After they are finished, give them the cover that they can glue over their picture to make a flap. Since plants can’t walk around and find food like animals and humans, they need to be able to make it themselves. I will congratulate each of the students on their achievement and give them back their folders. Give everyone a bowl of fruit from the fruit salad we made. Read The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. Environment 1. First, add the needs of the plant to the picture. Read The Magical Garden of Claude Monet by Laurence Anholt. Know about different types of plants and how they use their unique features to survive. PA.SCI.3.1.4.B Know models as useful simplifications of objects or processes.2. Pick a category. PA Standards: Reading1. Dec 24, 2015 - There are so many cool ways to teach your kiddos about the parts of a plant. All of them looked different on the outside. Then stand up straight from the stem with their arms at their sides and their heads down. What did Fran feed to her flower to help it grow? PA.R.1.4.1.B  Write informational sentences2. After everyone is finished, gather them on the back carpet. Objectives: Students will… 1. PA.ENV.4.2.4.B.2 Identify by-products of plants and animals. a. Give each group a bee with a piece of tape, a flower with a piece of pollen, and a flower with a piece of tape. Discuss in pairs how pollen moves from one flower to another. Give them a lima bean that has been soaked overnight. Tell the students that we get a lot of the vitamins and minerals that our body needs from fruits and vegetables. Seed wheel (3 parts: wheel, cover, pictures), Water bottle with spray attachment for life cycle role-play. Fill one cup with sand. All of them looked different on the outside. I want to see that the students labels are correct and the illustration is the accurate color. Conduct an experiment with the roots and stems of several plants. 4. After everyone is finished, give the students the diagram of the inside of a seed. In the afternoon, I will put the picture up on the TV so each of them can draw their observations in the appropriate box. PA.SCI.3.2.4.C.2 Design an investigation.3. e.    Bring everything to me so I can help them assemble it. They will record their initial observations in their plant journals. 2. Learn the objectives of the upcoming plant unit. PA.SCI.3.3.4.B.2 Determine how different parts of a living thing work together to make the organism function. PA Standards: Reading 1. Students need to complete the sentence prompt and draw a picture illustrating what they wrote. Directions for the taking care of the plants. b. Show students The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle. We did not cover them up so they could get air. g.    Add the flower. Students will complete the “Packet of Plants” activity. Hang each sponge in the window with directions for its care. Most of the parts or lessons that I plan last about an hour and the number of lessons that it takes to master a standard really is determined by the class and the standard. Each of the students will create their own strange plant. a.    Petals: protect the inside parts of the flower. Remind them of the inside of the seed that we observed and how it had the embryo or baby plant inside ready to start growing. Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners about grade 1 topics and texts with peers and adults in small and larger groups. 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