Ppt on plants for grade 3

7 th Grade Interactive Drug Power Point Slide 1. What is a drug? A drug is a substance other than food that changes the way the body or mind functions.

Should not Drink Alcohol Your underage: The legal age to drink is 21 It’s bad for you! More reasons Slide 5 Effects of Alcohol This is a picture of cirrhosis of /Farmers plant seed fields and let the tobacco grow. Slide 10 Tobacco Growing Step 2: Tobacco leaves are packed into metal racks, hoisted into barns where they can dry. Step 3: /Here they are drying the leaves and steams called curing. Slide 11 Tobacco Growing Step 4: Cured leaves are placed in a uniform pack that contains the same grade of/


Planet Earth and Beyond: Types of Fossils NATURAL SCIENCES GRADE 5.

3. Stems, leaves and seeds  Stems and seeds can be petrified.  Petrified means “turned to stone” NATURAL SCIENCES GRADE 5  The softer parts, like the leaves, are trapped between sedimentary layers or in resin  Resin is a sticky substance that plants produce NATURAL SCIENCES GRADE 5  Resin becomes hard and forms amber  The same can happen to animals.  Whole animals are captured for us to/


TUES 10/14 wk-1 OBJECTIVE: 6/7 TOPIC – human populations DO NOW :  daily grade: -4.1 OBJ/VOC WRAP UP :  DW: -4.2 POGIL & 4.2 READ/cornell notes  EXT:

PLANTS -# plants use toothpicks to # plants hashmarks for plant # -count trichomes on plants – RECORD – 1 per group -RECORD OBSERVATIONS quantitative – data table qualitative - descriptions -determine if your bottle is HAIRY or NON-HAIRY 1.3 LAB: SCIENTIFIC METHOD & BLOOD  TRICHOMES: -Trichomes are HAIRS found on fast plants/ to ask  PRESENTS CONCLUSIONS of the group to the class, as requested 3-SCRIBE [ANSWER KEY- lead discussion of GRADING/REV]  TEAM NOTE-TAKER / TEAM “GRADER”  LEADS team in REVISIONS/


Assessment Photo Album Earth’s Growing Food Miss. Heineman First Grade Science.

Heineman First Grade Science Purpose of the Photo Album This photo album is an overview of our unit on the plant life cycle / garden? ________________________________ 2.Have you ever had fruit or vegetable plants? _____________________________ 3.Does your child like most fruits and vegetables? __________________________ 4/ pop bottle terrariums, would you like to donate seeds for the classroom to plant? ____________________________ Formative Assessment Daily Journal Entries Students observing their terrarium/


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

population / The struggle of several animals for the same resources is called / A. adaptations / B. competition / C. photosynthesis / D. population 5th Grade Topic 2 Answer / B. competition Return 4th Grade Topic 3 Question / Organisms at the bottom of the/4th Grade Topic 3 Answer / C. producers Return 4th Grade Topic 4 Question / What three things do plants use to make sugar during photosynthesis? 4th Grade Topic 4 Answer / Water, oxygen and sunlight. Return 3rd Grade Topic 5 Question / What do plants make/


Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Science ~ Chapter 2 5 th Grade ~ 2007.

Grade ~ 2007 The leaf of a liverwort is called a ___________. Leaf Leaf Frond Frond Needle Needle Stem Stem Leaf Leaf The stage in a fern’s life cycle when it produces spores is called _______. asexual reproduction asexual reproduction pollination pollination sexual reproduction sexual reproduction death death asexual reproduction Plants/ contains an undeveloped plant and stored food for the young plant. seed seed ovary ovary pistil pistil stamen stamen seed A mature ripened ovary of a plant is a called a/


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

grow. We saw out lima and corn seeds germinate. Return 4th Grade Topic 3 Question / Define asexual, fertilizer, and gamete. 4th Grade Topic 3 Answer / Asexual- only one parent / Fertilizer-minerals you help plants grow such as nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus / Gametes- sex/seed with more than one cotyledon. / Endosperm-holds the food for a seed. / Monocot-a seed with one cotyledon / Dicot- a seed with more than one cotyledon. Return 3rd Grade Topic 5 Question / Name all the inputs and outputs of /


Interactions within Ecosystems. Grade 7 ScienceInteractions Within Ecosystems What is an Ecosystem?

certain temperature that they need to survive. Grade 7 ScienceInteractions Within Ecosystems What is an Ecosystem? –3. Soil Plants get nutrients from the soil. Plants get nutrients from the soil. Plants grow roots into soil. Plants grow roots into soil. Animals form tunnels for air and water to move through. Animals form tunnels for air and water to move through. Grade 7 ScienceInteractions Within Ecosystems What is an Ecosystem/


 Production of seeds  Seed Coat - protection  Endosperm – stored plant food  Embryo – embryonic plant.

hybrid varieties – greater vigor  Select uniformed heavyweight or primed seeds  Soil  Construction Grade sand  Peat Moss  Sphagnum Moss  Horticultural Grade Perlite  Vermiculite  Jiffy Mix  Flats or individual cells  Depends on when plants are ready for the outdoors.  Planting them  Use water breaker or hand water  Temp – 70 degrees  Humidity – high  Some seeds require 3 – days darkness (Pansy and dusty miller)  Hardening off  First true leaves  Hold/


All About Ms. Conrad’s First Grade By Ms. Conrad.

to all my new first grade friends. I just know we are going to have a fabulous year together! Special thanks to Devyn C. for sharing her amazing ideas with /your book and narrate it so your voice will be in your book just like mine. 3. Together, we will have fun learning how to add and subtract, count money, tell / life cycle of insects and frogs, the seasons, plants, states of matter, and the water cycle. We will explore different habitats and discover the plants and animals that live in each habitat. 5. /


12/6 & 12/7 - 7 th Grade Agenda Learning Objective: Learn about Science Fair Project Collect HW: Reading & Notetaking p.171-174 Seed Plants Video: Science.

Grade Agenda Learning Objective: Learn about Science Fair Project Collect HW: Reading & Notetaking p.171-174 Seed Plants Video: Science Fair Project Science Fair Project Textbook Reading 365 - 374 HW: Reading & Notetaking p.175 – 178 Reminder HW: Science Fair Topic due 12/20 & 12/21 (10 Points) Reflection Prompt: Write 2 reasons why plants/ Step: Hypothesis Hypothesis is a possible expl_______ for a set of observation or answer to a scientific question anations 3 rd Step: Design an Experiment An experiment /


Unit Test 1 Review Seventh Grade Science WAMS Prepared by: Mrs. Traya.

Grade Science WAMS Prepared by: Mrs. Traya WHO AM I ? A Plant is in this condition due to lack of water____________________. ANSWER IS- Plants respond by bending or growing towards the direction of the Sun. This tropism is known as - Answer: The condition of the plant/(methane)  C. H 2 O (water)  D. CH 3 COCH 3 (acetone)  W=FD  Mr. Comeros is pushing a box up/for 30 seconds with a force of 30 Newtons. How much work has he done? (justify your answer) Which organisms break down huge molecules of dead plants/


Chemical Composition of unalloyed Titanium Grades Grade% oxygen% iron% hydrogen Grade 10.10.20.013 Grade 20.20.250.013 Grade 30.250.30.013 Grade 40.30.350.013.

Grades Grade% oxygen% iron% hydrogen Grade 10.10.20.013 Grade 20.20.250.013 Grade 30.250.30.013 Grade 40.30.350.013 Mechanical properties of unalloyed titanium grades Grade 0.2% Y.S. N/mm 2, min UTS N/mm 2 min % Elongation (in 4D), min % Reduction in area, min. Grade 1 1382402430 Grade 2 2753452030 Grade 3 3804501830 Grade/used extensively in heat exchangers in power plants, desalination of sea water, ship building/ cast 35028015 Various investment cast parts for applications in the low temperature section of/


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic 6 2nd Grade Topic 7 2nd Grade Topic 8 1st Grade Topic 9 1st Grade Topic 10 500,000 300,000 175,000 100/collection of rocks and are asked to group them according to their properties. These students are… 3rd Grade Topic 6 Answer / Classifying 2nd Grade Topic 7 Question / “ The older a bean plant gets, the taller it gets.” / “The longer a helicopters rotor is, the longer it will /


GRADE 4 SCIENCE.  4-2.1 = Classify organisms into major groups (including plants or animals, flowering or nonflowering plants, and vertebrates [fish,

GRADE 4 SCIENCE  4-2.1 = Classify organisms into major groups (including plants or animals, flowering or nonflowering plants/ FISH  AMPHIBIANS  REPTILES  BIRDS  MAMMALS  PLANTS  FLOWERS  TREES  SaLt WaTeR: lives in oceans./, who eat meat, Herbivores, who eat plants, Omnivores, who eat both plants and meats, & Insectivores, who eat only/ human  Needs =  Soil- provides minerals & nutrients, also anchors the plant & holds water around it.  Sun - uses suns energy to grow and/3) LIST THE TYPES OF CROCODILIA./


Class 15, Grade 2 Wednesday December,12th Plants and animals are important to us. Unit 4 Our World Section B Topic 1.

Grade 2 Wednesday December,12th Plants and animals are important to us. Unit 4 Our World Section B Topic 1 Which one do you like better? Why ? I have English every day. Which animal do you like best? Why? 1 Which do you like better, plants/…plants or animals M: …animals, dog, more interesting W: Why M: …friends, …joy W: …plants,…the/Insects feed on plants. Birds and _______/plants or insects …, what will our world be like? What should we do to protect plants/3. Dont walk on the lawn and dont cut trees. 4. Plant/


Specialized Tissue in Plants

for the root tip. Root Hairs Site of absorption. Vascular Tissue Within cortex, contains cells that transport water, nutrients, and minerals to all parts of the plant. Image found at: www.bio.psu.edu Parts of a Root Section 23.3/Bark Section 23.4 Leaves Function of Leaves Photosynthesis Transpiration The structure of a leaf is optimized for absorbing light and carrying out photosynthesis. Photosynthesis Process that plants use to produce their food. 6CO2 + 6H2O  C6H12O6 + 6O2 Transpiration Loss of water and/


Are You Smarter Than a 3rd Grader? 1,000,000 3rd Grade Topic 1 3rd Grade Topic 2 Grade Topic 2 3rd Grade Topic 3 Grade Topic 3 3rd Grade Topic 3 Grade.

1,000,000 3rd Grade Topic 1 3rd Grade Topic 2 Grade Topic 2 3rd Grade Topic 3 Grade Topic 3 3rd Grade Topic 3 Grade Topic 3 3 rd Grade Topic 4 2nd Grade Topic 5 2nd Grade Topic 6 1st Grade Topic 7 1st Grade Topic 8 K Grade Topic 9 K Grade Topic 10 500,000 /? K Grade Topic 9 Answer / taproot Return K Grade Topic 10 Question / A gas that is absorbed by most plants K Grade Topic 10 Answer / carbon dioxide Return Million Dollar Question What are the three things that leaves need to make food for a plant? 1,000/


1 st Grade Science-2nd Six Weeks Unit 3, Lesson 1 CScope Vocabulary Words 2008-2009.

Grade Science-2nd Six Weeks Unit 3, Lesson 1 CScope Vocabulary Words 2008-2009 plants living things that make their own food plantas seres vivos que hacen su propia comida trees a large plant that has a trunk and branches árboles una planta muy grande que tiene tronco y ramas shrubs a low woody plant/ tierra stem the part of a plant that carries water to the leaves tallo la parte de la plants que transporta el agua a las hojas leaves the plant parts that makes food for the plant hojas las partes de la planta/


 Is the execution of the planting plan and installation of hardscape features.  Hardscaping- describes installing non-plant landscape features, such.

 Rough Grade- is the approximate grade or slope of the terrain.  The rough grade should closely parallel the proposed final, or finish, grade but is usually 3 to 6 inches below final grade.  Drainage patterns during the rough grade process should /platy, prismatic, single grain, and massive.  Soil structure affects water and air movement in a soil, nutrient availability for plants, root growth, and microorganism activity.  Soil structure can be destroyed. A major cause of damage is driving heavy /


Vineyard Planting in Sonoma County Nick Frey Sonoma County Winegrape Commission.

for 25 feet to be maintained vegetated filter strip Dates for restricted soil disturbance – October 15 – April 1 Ag Grading Permits Regular Grading – < 5000 cubic yds; – Cut < 2 feet or cut slope < 5 feet – Fill < 3 ft – Natural slope < 15% Grading/ is less than 3 feet deep Grading – Road maintenance and repairs – Resurfacing existing roads Drainage Maintain/repair existing drainage improvements Minor pipe or V ditch swale system Conclusion Vineyard and orchard planting requires a ministerial permit/


Plant Taxonomy Common Names?. Plant Taxonomy Common Names?

- Field Notebook Plant Collections Requirements for each Team: Ten (10) plants correctly identified, pressed and mounted. An additional 15 plants correctly identified and pressed or correctly identified and photographed (in power point format). This makes a total of 25 plants required at minimum = “C” grade. “A” and “B” Collection grades will be determined by total number of plant specimens and quality of collection. Plant Characteristics Plant Organs: Roots Stems Leaves/


Sahini’s Third Grade Science 2008-2009 Sahini Komandla.

Third Grade Science / Waning Crescent It is shaped like a Crescent. Nov 2008 SunMonTueWedThuFriSat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 /This is why the Telescope is Named after Johannes Kepler. This Instrument is named for the German Astronomer Johannes Kepler, who in 1609 Published the laws of Planetary Motion,/ Tomatoes are thought as vegetables, but have seeds Botany The Study of Plants Botany Means the Study of Plants. Plants of San Diego County Sahini and Thitichon Mule Fat Latin Name: Baccharis /


The Mysteries of Biomes Explored

Grade Objectives Students should name and compare the six major biomes of the earth. Students should be able to list at least 2-3 types of plants/plants and animals. If we don’t preserve and respect each biome, the plants/plants are found here? Algae Water moss Plant/plants are found here? Algae Coral/plants/many plants and/a plant or/plants/plants/ plants /plants can grow, but during the dormant season, plants/ plants / 3/plants are found in the arctic tundra? Reindeer moss Lichen Flowers What plants/3 animals and plants/


Life Cycle of Plants 2nd Grade

3 I Can: Name parts of a plant and their jobs. Learners will continue to make observations of their seeds. Students will describe a plant using adjectives for different parts of the plant. Students will learn the different parts of a plant and their jobs. Complete a diagram of a plant Put together a puzzle of plant/ plant, photosynthesis, chlorophyll, and parts of a flower. Brochure would be graded on: Appearance Neat Colorful Readable Contains a title Has name Content: Parts of a seed Life cycle of plant /


Plants Jessie Tigner. Content Area: Science Grade Level: 3 rd Summary: The purpose of this PowerPoint is to have the students be able to identify the.

: 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/


The ANITA grade and the Magnoliid Complex Spring 2010.

“Magnocots” 2-ranked leaves, paracytic stomates Perianth generally 3-merous Stamens and carpels: distinct, numerous, spirally arranged/Cinnamomum cinnamon Cupule under the drupe! Sassafras albidum sassafras Lauraceae Economic plants and products: Cinnamomum zeylandicum True cinnamon Magnoliids—Piperales: Piperaceae Widely distributed/aquatic with many adaptations for this habitat -Fossil record extends back to the / radiation of angiosperms above the ANITA grade On to the monocots…...clearly monophyletic…/


Grade 9 Applied Science – 2015 Exam Practice The following is a set up “Flip Card” to help learn the definitions of the ecosystem unit.

from inorganic substances using light or chemical energy. Green plants, algae and some bacteria are autotrophs. Grade 9 Academic Science – Unit Ecosystems Heterotroph Grade 9 Academic Science – Unit Ecosystems An organism that cannot synthesize its own food and is dependent on complex organic substances for nutrition. Consumers are heterotrophs Grade 9 Applied Science – 2015 Exam Practice Sustainability Grade 9 Applied Science – 2015 Exam Practice Ability to/


Are YOU Smarter Than A 7 th Grader. Choose A Grade Grade Grade 7 economic issues Grade Grade 6 Physical features Grade 5 economic issues Grade Grade 4.

grade Social Studies Grade 7 Answer C, Aids Choose A grade Grade 6 answer B, Sahara Desert Choose A Grade Grade 5 Answer B, Steel Choose A Grade Grade 4 answer B, Morocco Choose A Grade Grade 3 answer C, The Nile River Choose A Grade Grade 2 answer C, Planting trees Choose A Grade Grade 1 answer C, The Sahara dessert Choose A Grade Grade 7 A, Red Sea Choose A Grade Grade 6 B, lake Victoria Choose A Grade Grade/


Mrs. Llamas 7 th Grade Science Teacher Ms. Villalva 7 th Grade English Teacher South Gate Middle School.

include: Light, Cells, Plants, and Genetics Projects: Egg experiment, Science Fair Project, Genetics Lab, Plant Growth Lab English All curriculum/Student agenda Red pen, black pen, pencil 3x5 index cards 3 subject Science notebook Poster boards Flash drive Colored pencils, crayons /absent 30 minutes of homework and/or studying daily Grades Progress reports are issued every 5 weeks All class/ Communication I am available during period one (7:47am) for a conference if needed. You can also contact me through/


Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2012 Warm Up  What is the difference between a gymnosperm and an angiosperm?  What is the purpose of fruit for plants?

leaves, stems, and roots.  Stems contain silica and were used for scouring pots.  Example: Equisetum Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2012 Typical Moss Plant Capsule Stalk Leaflike Structure Stemlike Structure Rhizoid Sporophyte Gametophyte Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2012 FERNS: Seedless Vascular Plants Section 22-3 Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2012 Pterophyta: Ferns  Seedless vascular plants include club mosses, horsetails and ferns.  Leaves are called fronds.  Stem/


Jessica Holder.  Content Area : Science  Grade Level : 3 rd  Summary : The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to inform the students about.

Jessica Holder  Content Area : Science  Grade Level : 3 rd  Summary : The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to inform the students about biomes of the world.  Learning/.doc  There are several biomes in the world.  Each biome differs by location, climate, and species life. The plants and animals must be able to survive in a specific biome.  For more information on these biomes you can go to this website.  http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/world_biomes.htm http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/


Cotton. Leading Countries 1.China 1.China 2.USA 2.USA 3.India 3.India 4.Pakistan 4.Pakistan 5.Uzbekistan 5.Uzbekistan.

40”) Seed bed (row spacing – 38” – 40”) Planting Planting Depth, ¾ - 2 “ Depth, ¾ - 2 “ 2-3 plants per foot 2-3 plants per foot Crop Rotation Crop Rotation Follows Alfalfa or other /weeds reduce yields due to the competition for nutrients and light. Early season weeds reduce yields due to the competition for nutrients and light. Late season weeds /different methods used and they depend on the variety. Grades of cotton Grades are determined on; Grades are determined on; Color Color Ginning preparation Ginning /


3 rd Grade Revisiting Plants. The student will: Build an understanding of plant growth and adaptations Observe and measure how the quantities and qualities.

3 rd Grade Revisiting Plants The student will: Build an understanding of plant growth and adaptations Observe and measure how the quantities and qualities of nutrients, light and water in the environment affect plant growth. Observe and describe how environmental conditions determine how well plants grow and survive in a particular environment. Investigate and describe how plants pass through distinct stages in their life cycle including: –Growth –Survival/


Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 INTRODUCING PLANTS Section 22-1.

, and when compacted (peat) it’s used for fuel. Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 Typical Moss Plant Capsule Stalk Leaflike Structure Stemlike Structure Rhizoid Sporophyte Gametophyte Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 Life Cycle of a Moss Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 FERNS: Seedless Vascular Plants Section 22-3 Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 What developed between plant divisions 1 and 2? Vascular Tissue developed! Vascular/


Lecture 3 Variables & Constants. Experimental Design So, youve come up with a reasonable and testable hypothesis, now its time to design and conduct.

Lecture 3 Variables & Constants Experimental Design So, youve come up with a reasonable and testable hypothesis, now its time to design and conduct an experiment to test /a ”Cause and Effect” relationship. The Test Variable (the ”Cause”) makes a change (the ”Effect”) in the Outcome Variable. For example, the amount of sunlight changes the growth of the plant, and the grade of gas changes the fuel efficiency of the car. Constants Constants are variables that could effect the outcome of the experiment if they /


Introduction to ROOTS & LEAVES 5 th Grade. How do roots help a plant survive? 1) They hold them in the ground  anchor them Help keep plants from getting.

Grade How do roots help a plant survive? 1) They hold them in the ground  anchor them Help keep plants from getting moved by wind and running water How do roots help a plant survive? 2) They draw up water and minerals from the soil How do roots help a plant survive? 3) store food for the plant/are in layers of the epidermis Chloroplasts: the green “food factories” of the plant. What do chloroplasts need to make food? 1) Sunlight 2) Water 3) Minerals 4) Carbon dioxide How does the air get into the leaf? /


Mrs. Dick’s Second Grade Class 2007-08. Emperor Penguin Penguin are birds that cannot fly. The Emperor penguin is the largest penguin. Chiamaka Amadi.

salamanders. These small amphibians are found in moist, wooded areas in North America, Europe, and Asia. On average, newts are about 3 to 4 inches or 7.5 to 10cm long. Jaylend Norris Blue Shark The blue shark is a sleek, slender, fast- /can also climb trees. Cubs stay with the mother for about one year. …………….. Hallie Ward Mrs. Dick’s Second Grade Class 2007-08 Ankylosaurus By Chiamaka Amadi Ankylosaurus is a dinosaur that has armor. It ate plants. Stegosaurus By Megan Bell Stegosaurus had a toothless beak/


Welcome to Mrs. Skaggs ’ and Mrs.Albert’s 2 nd Grade Class You cannot teach someone anything. You can only help them to find it within themselves. Galileo.

DAY!!! E VERY DAY!!! Common Core The major themes for teachers to focus on are called the 4 C’s/ Forces and Motion, Sound, Plants and Animals in their Environment, Animal Life Cycles, All About Plants, Rocks and Soil, Fossils and/grade. Most papers will receive a type of check off grade. Quizzes and tests will be marked with a letter grade and percentage. Quizzes and tests will be marked with a letter grade and percentage. Report Cards are based on the Common Core Standards and students will receive a 3/


5 th Grade Daily Reinforcers TEK 5.7B 141. The picture shows the development of a delta over a two year period. Which of the following processes is the.

pot. Which of these would improve the experiment? A. Add more types of plants B. Use the same kind of plant in all trials C. Use green lights for all three plants D. Use different pots for each plant Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3 Red Light Green Light Yellow Light 5 th Grade Daily Reinforcers TEK 5.2A 148. This experiment was set up to test the/


GNA Corn Contest: Grow the Tallest Plants! 8 th & 9 th Grade Science Classes September 2011.

: Grow the Tallest Plants! 8 th & 9 th Grade Science Classes September 2011 Corn Germination process whereby seeds sprout and begin to grow How to Measure Your Plants For each corn plant in your cup: 1.Place the ruler where the plant is coming out of the soil. 2.Start your measurement with the “0” mark on the ruler, measuring in centimeters. 3.Stretch your leaf up/


Warm-Up #6 4/19/13 1) Label each Pyramid below. 2) Place the following animals into a food pyramid in order: Squirrel, Tree, Fox Bear. 3) Fill in the 2.

in order: Squirrel, Tree, Fox Bear. 3) Fill in the 2 missing parts on this diagram. After the Quiz Turn it in to Mrs. Ison and get your grade Put your grade on your grade sheet 4/19/13 Ecology and Energy Flow /small mammals Animal adaptations: Wide feet to give stability on sandy ground Large ears to cool off the body Camouflage coloring for protection from predators Plant adaptations: Needle like leaves to reduce water loss Hot deserts  Cold desert  Antarctica Temperate Grassland N. America, Europe/


By: Kendra Steele. Content Area: Science Grade Level: 1 st Grade Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to inform the students about.

Steele Content Area: Science Grade Level: 1 st Grade Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to inform the students about plants and animal changes overtime. Content Standard: GLE 0107.3.1 Recognize that plants and animals are living /of Change Reptiles like amphibians change over time. Reptiles grow and developed. All living things grow and developed. Reptiles are known for being cold-blooded and scaly skin. Reptiles life changes consist of the following: Egg  baby reptile  adult  /


Warm Up 8/13/13 1. What is an independent variable? 2. What is a dependent variable? 3. What are control variables?

independent variable? 2. What is a dependent variable? 3. What are control variables? Objective: I will be/of plants. He gets 10 plants and places them so they each get a different amount of light. He uses the same type of plant, soil, and pot. Each plant gets/ and 4 oranges in a clear glass bowl by a sunny window. She left them there for a week and then observed the amount of change. On the left side…  Page 18 /grades. She looks at how many days 8 th grade students are absent in her school and measures their/


Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 INTRODUCING PLANTS Section 22-1.

, and when compacted (peat) it’s used for fuel. (Angiosperms) Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 Typical Moss Plant Capsule Stalk Leaflike Structure Stemlike Structure Rhizoid Sporophyte Gametophyte Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 Life Cycle of a Moss Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 FERNS: Seedless Vascular Plants Section 22-3 Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2013 What developed between plant divisions 1 and 2? Vascular Tissue developed/


© Fall 2005, Pflugerville ISD, 7th Grade copyright cmassengale 1 Gregor Mendel (1822-1884) The Father of Genetics.

3.Seed color 4.Seed shape 5.Pod shape 6.Pod color 7.Plant height http://www.fieldmuseum.org/exhibits/traveling_mendel.htm p173 Life Science Textbook © Fall 2005, Pflugerville ISD, 7th Grade Mendel and His Peas Mendel crossed flowers that were true- breeding for/ recessive color was named the dominant trait. © Fall 2005, Pflugerville ISD, 7th Grade Mendel and His Peas Mendel found that each plant carried two sets of instructions for each characteristic (one from the “mom” and one from the “dad”). These sets/


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic 6 2nd Grade Topic 7 2nd Grade Topic 8 1st Grade Topic 9 1st Grade/ insulin, which can be collected for human use. Which best describes why this process is successful? 5th Grade Topic 2 Answer / Yeast cells/Grade Topic 5 Answer / virus / bacteria / plant cell / animal cell / virus / bacteria / plant cell / animal cell Return 3rd Grade Topic 6 Question / What is one function of all living cells? 3rd Grade/


By Madisyn 7 th Grade Science Project March 24, 2011.

Grade Science Project March 24, 2011 My Question is “ Can an entomopathogenic Fungus Control Insect Pests?” My hypothesis Is “I think the fungus will control insect pests.” Constants  Same temperature  Same seeds planted/ 1. Gather the materials. 2. Lay down the vermiculite in the pan. 3. Planted the soybeans. 4. Put another layer of vermiculite over the soybeans. 5. /entomopathogenic fungus they ate the plants for a few days, but were killed after six days and the plants could recover from the feeding/


September Reading Grade 2 The Mixed Up Chameleon How are they different? Describe a giraffeDescribe a turtle Name __________________________ Date _______.

the way you helped cook something in your kitchen? Score November Reading Grade 2 Lemonade for Sale How are they different?Describe the characters working together in the Hedgehog/hero? Score How are they the same? December Reading Grade 2 From Seed to Plant Describe a baby growingDescribe a plant growing Name __________________________ Date _______ How is a baby / winter Score What would you draw in picture of winter? due March 3 March Reading Grade 2 The Emperor’s Egg How are they both the same? Describe /


Comenius Project. Protect Nature. The Natural Park 3rd Grade Tierno Galván. Spain.

Protect Nature. The Natural Park 3rd Grade Tierno Galván. Spain Previous considerations Third grade classes are in a bilingual Project: /have a park like this or even better? What plants would it have? What else would you like to have in your park? What name do you want for your park? Then parents prepared the setting and we/learned? About the soil – the 3 types of soil…- Not to pollute. To work in groups That we can’t throw rubbish and papers on the ground. Animals are good for us, even the little ones. /


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