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Standard 1.L.5A.1

1.L.5A.1 Obtain and communicate information to construct explanations for how different plant structures (including roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds) help plants survive, grow, and produce more plants.

Grade(s): 1

Subject(s): Science

Year: 2014

Type
Corny Paintings
Corny Paintings

Lesson

Students will learn how about the structures of corn and how it is pollinated. Students will also make their very own painting using corn on the cob!

Pine Pollination
Pine Pollination

Lesson

Students will learn about pine trees including how they are pollinated and how their seeds are dispersed through the use of pine cones. They will also make their very own pine cone bird feeders.

Cranberry Craze
Cranberry Craze

Lesson

Students will explore foods used during Thanksgiving, and how some of these foods are pollinated by insects. Using cranberries as an example, students will explore why they are considered a fruit, how...

Insect ID
Insect ID

Lesson

A lesson to teach students what constitutes an insect and how they act as our pollinators. Students will be able to identify insects based on a set of features and distinguish them from other "bugs".

Pumpkin Pollination
Pumpkin Pollination

Lesson

Students will learn about different crops that require pollination. Using pumpkins as a model, students will explore how pollination occurs, and the subsequent life cycle of the plant.

Inside a Seed
Inside a Seed

Lesson

Students will learn what happens after pollination occurs: seeds are made! Students will examine seeds and learn how they become adult plants.

Flower Power
Flower Power

Lesson

Students will examine the various parts of flowers through the use of dissection Students will understand how pollination occurs

Life of a Plant
Life of a Plant

Lesson

This lesson is part of an integrated unit that combines dance and the plant life cycle from 1st grade science standards. Students will use their knowledge of the plant life cycle and the dance...