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Welcome to Daddy Jobe Comprehensive School.This is our school. Does your school look like this?
This is our school sign. Can you see our school motto?Does your school have a motto, can you remember what it is?
This is one of our Mango trees.This trees is a sapling but when it is big it will give us fruit and shade. What trees grow in your school?
We are watering our plants.This is a papaya tree. Have you ever eaten Papaya? Do you look after the plants in your school?
We ride our bikes to school.How do you get to school?
What types of crops are produced in Chembakolli?
David Hickey. We love trees because Trees soak up carbon dioxide.
Flowers,fruits and seeds
What is Fruit? “Is the part of a flower which will develop into a new plant in the right conditions”
LT: I can identify ways in which plants and animals resemble their parents? Genetics.
Salma’s food basket The following slides show typical foods eaten in Zanzibar.
WELCOME YOU ALL. PRESENTATION ON PLANTS BY- Shraddha Rawat.
The Two Roads Psalm 1 Pastor David Leppard, Trinity Alliance Church.
Putting It All Together
The Sun’s Energy Read each slide. Look closely at each picture. Answer each question.
enormous very large The General Sherman redwood tree in Sequoia National Park is the most enormous living thing.
Living Together These resources can be used for Cross-curricular topic work involving children’s different languages Language classes in the community.
Dooryard Tropical Fruits by Master Gardener, Dale Galiano.
Plants By: Yvette Carmichael 2nd grade, Science Lesson.
Eatble parts of plant. Q What is classification? A: Sorting things into groups based upon their characteristics is called classification.
The Life Cycle of a Bean Plant
Carbon Footprint Gio Mazzone. What is Your Carbon Footprint? A person’s carbon footprint is the amount of CO2 emissions that they have contributed to.
Explain this Analogy Fruit is to a tree as behaviors are to people Fruit is a product of the tree just like behaviors are a product of people You can see.
By: Indira San Andres LIFE CYCLE OF AN APPLE TREE.
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