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Content Area: Science Grade Level: 3 rd Summary: The purpose of this PowerPoint is to have the students be able to identify the basic needs of plants for survival. Learning Objective: Given websites that contain information about plants, the learner will be able to identify the basic needs of plants. Content Standard: SPI 0307.3.1 Identify the basic needs of plants. Accomplishment: Develop an initial understand of plants that will later be built on later.
What are the basic needs of plants? Sunlight Air: the plant needs oxygen from the air to grow Habitat: Where the plant can grow without harm Water Nutrients from the soil
What are the basic needs of plants? The four basic needs of plants are – Sunlight – Water – Nutrients – Environment to grow Now that you have learned what plants need to grow, check out this video to learn a little more. – How plants grow? How plants grow?
What are the 4 basic needs of plants? Coke, pizza, air, and the beach Food, water, air, and animals Food, water, air, and sunlight
Correct! Food, Water, Air, and Sunlight are the 4 basic needs of plants. Great Job!!
What part of the plant gets the nutrient (food) and water from the soil? Stem Roots Leaves Petals Animals
Correct!! The roots get the water and food from the soil to the plant. Way to Go!!
Now lets grow a plant! Click on this link to grow your own plant – Grow Me Grow Me
Conclusion You have learned the 4 basic needs of plants. They are nutrients, water, sunlight, and air. You have learned how the parts of the plant transport the needs. The roots get the food and water from the soil. The stem carries the food and water to the plant. The leaves absorb the sunlight. The flower holds seeds that generate new plants when insects land on it. Plant require just the right amount of sunlight, water, food, and air to grow into a healthy plant!
Works Cited Slide 3- pictures from shapes on Word Slide 5- http://www.slideshare.net/neetika1976/plant s-11485597?next_slideshow=1 Slide 6- http://www.slideshare.net/neetika1976/plant s-11485597?next_slideshow=