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Unit 6 Bai Wan Primary School Mr Zhou
It comes from the clouds.
It comes from the vapour.
Where does the vapour come from? It comes from the stream.
How can the water become vapour The sun shines.
raincloud vapour water sun shines water cycles
Nature is magic and beautiful
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1.First,put the seeds in the soil.
2.Then put the pot in the sun.
3.Water it often.
4.Then,wait for a sprout.
5.Wait for a flower to grow.
( )Add water often. ( ) Put the pot in the sun. ( ) Plant the seeds in the soil. ( ) Wait for a flower to grow. ( ) Wait for a sprout. ? 1 5 4 2 3
Homework Copy the new words 5 times. Plant a flower at home and write down the steps.
First Grade Bettie F. Williams Elementary
To understand the processes involved in the water cycle
Title. Does different types of water effect plant growth?
The Life Cycle of a flower The Life Cycle of a tree.
I'm a little bean sprout, green and small. Soon I'll be growing, nice and tall. My roots are in the soil, the sun shines on me. I can feel the raindrops,
Let’s Grow a Plant.
Title How does litter effect plant growth?. Description Our project is just growing plants with different types of every day litter in our plants like.
Plant Life Cycle How living things grow, live, and die.
Book p.26 I had a little cactus. I put it in a pot. I placed it by the window Where the sun was nice and hot. It grew up to the ceiling, Then climbed.
Plant Life Cycle .
The Water Cycle Step 1 - Moisture condenses in the sky to form clouds.
While the vibrant, strong sunflower is recognized worldwide for its beauty, it is also an important source of food. Sunflower oil is a valued and healthy.
Slideshow B3: Flowering plant
Plants and Seeds Review.
Jade Jacobs Mrs. Fentress Table of Contents 1. Question 2. Hypothesis 3. Material 4. Procedures 5. Variables 6. Graph 7. Results 8. Conclusion 9. Question?
We explore the soil from the school garden. There are worms in the soil.
A bean is planted in the ground. It is dry and has a tough outer shell. It only takes a few things to make changes happen.
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The Important Thing About Plants
The Life Cycle of a Plant
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