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1 Parts of a Plant Elementary School Science

2 Insight 360 is eInstructions classroom instruction system that allows you to interact with your students as they learn, quickly gaining insight into student understanding during class so you can adjust instruction in real-time during a single class session. Use this content, designed specifically for use with Insight 360, to interact with your class. This content includes brief instructional material and two types of activities: Constructed Response Activity for students to complete as an individual or a group assignment. Send each Constructed Response Activity to the Insight 360 iPad Student App. Assessment Item with CueTag for students to respond to via student response devices. Receive instant real-time feedback and longitudinal reports. Teacher Notes

3 A plant has four main parts. They are the stem, leaf, flower, and root. Parts of a Plant Click the flower to watch a video on the parts of a plant.

4 Draw lines from the words to the correct parts of the flower. Parts of a Plant Stem Leaf Flower Root

5 Draw lines from the words to the correct parts of the flower. Parts of a Plant Stem Leaf Flower Root

6 Bring in a plant including the roots. Discuss the different types of plants. Identify each of the four main parts of the plant. Plant Activity

7 Bring in a plant including the roots. Discuss the different types of plants. Identify each of the four main parts of the plant. Answers will vary. Plant Activity

8 What does the stem do?

9 Provide strength Transport water Transport minerals Store food Make new cells Keep the leaves and flowers in the light

10 True or False? 1.Take in waterTrueFalse 2.Anchor the plant to the groundTrueFalse 3.Become seedsTrueFalse 4.Provide a way to make other flowersTrueFalse 5.Take in minerals from the groundTrueFalse What do the roots do?

11 True or False? 1.Take in waterTrueFalse 2.Anchor the plant to the groundTrueFalse 3.Become seedsTrueFalse 4.Provide a way to make other flowersTrueFalse 5.Take in minerals from the groundTrueFalse What do the roots do?

12 Cut the tip off a carrot. Place the carrot in a cup of water containing red food coloring. Place the carrot in an area where it receives sunlight. After several days, remove the carrot. Place it on a cutting board and cut it from top to bottom. Observe the flow of red dye up the root system. 1.Is the carrot the root of this plant? 2.What other roots do people eat? Root Activity

13 Cut the tip off a carrot. Place the carrot in a cup of water containing red food coloring. After several days, remove the carrot. Place it on a cutting board and cut it from top to bottom. Observe the flow of red dye up the root system. 1.Is the carrot the root of this plant? The carrot is the root of the plant. 2.What other roots do people eat? Other roots include radishes, turnips, beets, and parsnip to name a few. Root Activity

14 The flower is the part of the plant that is responsible for reproducing other flowers. Bees, butterflies, and other insects go from flower to flower carrying pollen. When the pollen meets the egg of the plant, a new plant is formed. The Flower Click the butterfly for more on pollination.

15 The leaf of the plant makes the food. Sun + Water + Carbon Dioxide = Sugar + Oxygen The Leaf CO 2 O2O2 Sugar/glucose Click the plant to learn more about photosynthesis.

16 Which part of the plant takes in water and minerals? a.stem b.root c.flower d.leaf

17 For information about Insight 360, visit For additional content samples, click here.here


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