Created By: Marche Levert Grade Level :5 th Lesson Plan
1.What is a flower?What is a flower? 2.Types of FlowersTypes of Flowers 3.Who I am question1???Who I am question1??? 4.Who I am question 2???Who I am question 2??? 5.Sepal and PetalSepal and Petal 6.Stamens and AntherStamens and Anther 7.The StigmaThe Stigma 8.The Ovary, Style,Pollen and Ovules.The Ovary, Style,Pollen and Ovules. 9.Filament and PeduncleFilament and Peduncle 10.CalyxCalyx 11.Female Reproductive OrgansFemale Reproductive Organs 12.Male Reproductive OrgansMale Reproductive Organs 13.Quiz and Interactive diagram of labeling the flowerQuiz and Interactive diagram of labeling the flower
The flower is the reproductive unit of some plants. Parts of the flower include petals, sepal, one or more carpel's (the female reproductive organs), and stamens (the male Reproductive organs).
Perfect Flower -has both male and female reproductive organs. Imperfect Flower- has only male reproductive or only female reproductive organs. Some plants have both male and female flowers, while other have males on one plant and females on another. Complete Flower- has a stamens, a pistil, and sepals. Incomplete Flowers- lack one of these parts.
I am a flower who has only male reproductive or only female reproductive organs. Who I am? Imperfect Flower Crazy Flower Perfect Flower Incomplete Flower
The sepals protect the flower before it opens. The small leave under the flower. The petals attract pollinating insects with their bright color and attractive scent.
The stamens are the male part of the flower. The plant makes pollen in the part of the stamen called the anther.
The stigmas the top of the female part of the flower. The pollen from another flower collects on the stigma’s sticky surface.
The ovary protects the ovules. Pollen travels to the ovules and fertilization takes place. Now the ovules will develop into seeds. A tube on top of the ovary. Another female part of the flower. This is the long stalk that supports the stigma. Pollen
Holds the anther. A stalk bearing the flower(Stem)