Presentation on theme: "Bell work 1/12/12 Some plants have flowers & some do not. Some flowering plants (plants with flowers) produce fruit. What part of the flower is the fruit?"— Presentation transcript:
1 Bell work 1/12/12Some plants have flowers & some do not. Some flowering plants (plants with flowers) produce fruit.What part of the flower is the fruit? (You may give a specific name or talk about where the part is or what it does.)
2 ObjectivesMatch the flower parts with their reproductive functions. (SPI )Take notes on flower partsCreate a flower foldable
11 PollinationFlowering plants use the wind, insects, bats, birds and mammals to transfer pollen from the male (stamen) part of the flower to the female (stigma) part of the flower.
12 PollinationA flower is pollinated when a pollen grain lands on its stigma.Each carpel grows into a fruit which contains the seeds.Seeds are baby plants!!!
13 Directions for Foldable Use page to color, label, and define the following:Flower, petal, stigma, style, ovary, pistil, sepal, filament, anther, stamen, seed, fruit, photosynthesis, leaves, & stemDraw, color, label, & define: rootsDraw & color: soil/ groundExtra Credit: Draw & color background with the sun, rainwater going into the soil for the roots, & insects, such as bees, going through pollination.
14 3-2-1 Reflection 3 things I learned… 2 questions I have… 1 way I can relate this lesson to my daily life and how it benefits me…