1 Insert Photo or Graphic for Unit or Lesson Theme Kindergarten Science Unit B: Life Science Chapter 4: Plant and Animal Parts Lesson 1: What do plant parts do?
2 Insert Photo/Graphic parts
3 Insert Photo/Graphic Parts - a piece that makes up a whole thing
4 What do plant parts do? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: The help the.
5 Plants have many parts. Roots, stems, and leaves are parts that help plants live and grow. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) What are three parts of a plant? What do plant parts do?
6 Insert Photo/Graphic roots
7 Insert Photo/Graphic roots - part of a plant that holds the plant in the ground
8 What do roots do? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: The help the plant to.
9 Each part of a plant performs a different function. Roots have tiny hairs that extend into the soil to take in water and nutrients. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Which plant part is under the ground? What does this plant part do?
10 Insert Photo/Graphic stems
11 Insert Photo/Graphic Stems - part of a plant that moves food
12 What do stems do? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: The help the plant to.
13 Each part of a plant performs a different function. Tubes in the stems carry water and nutrients from the roots to the plant s leaves. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) What part of the plant is above ground? How do the roots and stems work together to help the plant?
14 Insert Photo/Graphic leaves
15 Insert Photo/Graphic Leaves - part of a plant that make food
16 What do the leaves do? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: The help the plant to.
17 Each part of a plant performs a different function. The green leaves of plants absorb light energy from the Sun. The plant uses this energy to make food. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Which plant part is above the ground? What do the plant parts do?
19 Insert Photo or Graphic for Unit or Lesson Theme Kindergarten Science Unit B: Life Science Chapter 4: Plant and Animal Parts Lesson 2: What do animal parts do?
20 Insert Photo/Graphic move
21 Insert Photo/Graphic Move - a change in position or direction
22 Why do animals move? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: A moves because.
23 Most animals move to find food and water. Certain parts of animals bodies help animals move in their environment. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) How do animals get food? Why would animals move to get food?
24 Insert Photo/Graphic arm
25 Insert Photo/Graphic Arm - a part of the body near the top
26 What do animal parts do? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: A helps an animal to.
27 Legs and arms help animals move and get food. The structure of an animal body part is related to its function. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) What is the koala using each arm for? How are the body parts of koalas and people different?
28 Insert Photo/Graphic leg
29 Insert Photo/Graphic Leg - a part of the body near the bottom
30 What do animal parts do? Student Response: A helps an animal to..
31 Animals have different parts to perform different functions. Some physical structures that help animals move are legs, wings, flippers, fins, and tails. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Can you name two living things that have legs? How do the animals without legs move around?
32 Insert Photo/Graphic fin
33 Insert Photo/Graphic Fin - part of an animal that helps them to move or swim
34 What do animal parts do? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: A helps an animal to.
35 Legs and arms help animals move and get food. The fins of fish help them move through the water. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Why do dolphins have more than one fin? Why doesn t a dolphin need legs?
36 Insert Photo/Graphic wing
37 Insert Photo/Graphic wing - part of an animal that helps them to move or fly
38 What do animal parts do? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: A helps an animal to.
39 Animals bodies help them survive in their environments. Wings help animals such as bats, birds, and butterflies fly through the air. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) What body part does a butterfly use to fly? Can all animals that have wings fly?
41 Insert Photo or Graphic for Unit or Lesson Theme Kindergarten Science Unit B: Life Science Chapter 4: Plant and Animal Parts Lesson 3: How do plants and animals change?
42 Insert Photo/Graphic grow
43 Insert Photo/Graphic Grow - the way plants and animals change as they use their needs
44 How do plants and animals change? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: They both have, but have.
45 Plants and animals change as they grow. All living things go through a process of growth and development. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) How does a fish begin its life? How is a baby different from a child?
46 Insert Photo/Graphic seed
47 Insert Photo/Graphic Seed - a part of the structure of the plant
48 How do seeds change? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: At first it has, but then it has.
49 Trees start their lives as seeds. When a seed germinates, it becomes a small seedling. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) How does a seed change as it grows?
50 Insert Photo/Graphic seedling
51 Insert Photo/Graphic Seedling a baby plant
52 How do seedlings change? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: At first it has, but then it has.
53 Trees start their lives as seeds. When a seed germinates, it becomes a small seedling. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) How does a seedling change as it grows?
54 Insert Photo/Graphic egg
55 Insert Photo/Graphic Egg - the beginning stage of a living thing
56 How does an egg change? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: At first it has, but then it has.
57 Many insects, fish, and amphibians have a complex life cycle. Frogs begin as eggs. When an egg hatches, a tadpole swims out. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) How does the fish begin its life? What happens to both the tree and the fish during their lives?
58 Insert Photo/Graphic young
59 Insert Photo/Graphic Young - the middle stage of a living thing
60 How do the young change as they grow? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: At first it has, but then it has.
61 Most mammals and birds have a simple life cycle. They progress through developmental stages from egg, to young, to adult. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) In what ways are the tree and adult fish different from the seedling and the young fish?
62 Insert Photo/Graphic adult
63 Insert Photo/Graphic Adult - the end stage of a living thing
64 Does an adult change or grow? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: At first it has, but then it has.
65 Most mammals and birds have a simple life cycle. They progress through developmental stages from egg, to young, to adult. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) What happens to both the tree and the fish during their lives?
66 Insert Photo/Graphic Life cycle
67 Insert Photo/Graphic Life cycle - the beginning, middle, and ending stage of a living thing
68 What do you call how do plants and animals change over time? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: At first it has, but then it, and then it has.
69 All living things go through a process of growth and development. This is called the life cycle. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Can you name the life cycle stages for a frog? A human? A tree?
71 Insert Photo or Graphic for Unit or Lesson Theme Kindergarten Science Unit B: Life Science Chapter 4: Plant and Animal Parts Lesson 4: How can you care for plants and animals?
72 Insert Photo/Graphic care
73 Insert Photo/Graphic Care - giving a living thing what they need
74 How can you care for plants and animals? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: You by.
75 You care for plants and animals when you give them what they need. People must meet the needs of the plants and animals that are in their care. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) What do you think would happen to a plant if it was on a desk away from the window?
76 Insert Photo/Graphic need
77 Insert Photo/Graphic Need - a thing that plants and animals must have to stay alive
78 What do plants and animals need? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: Plants and animals need,, and.
79 Plants need air, food, water, soil, and sunlight. Animals need air, water, and food. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Why would you need to water a plant in a pot? What does the woman have for the animal?
80 Insert Photo/Graphic grow
81 Insert Photo/Graphic Grow - the way plants and animals change as they use their needs
82 How do plants and animals change? Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) Student Response: They both have, but have.
83 People must meet the needs of the plants and animals in their care. Animals and most plants need water and air. Insert Photo/Graphic (Minimize) How can you show you care about plants and animals?
2 nd Grade Science Unit B: Life Sciences Chapter 3: Plants and Animals in Their Environment Lesson 1: How are plants and animals like their parents? offspring Offspring are young plants and animals. Offspring
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A. Circle the letter of the correct answer. 1. Another word for cycle is a. pedal b. pattern c. circular 2. Which animal carries its baby for 22 months? a. elephant b. hippopotamus c. sea cow 3. The process
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reflect Look at a picture of yourself when you were younger. Do you look the same now as you did then? Many things have probably changed. You have gotten taller, your body weighs more, and you are able
Meet the Nonfiction Main Idea Challenge What s the challenge? Students often give the topic or a fact as the main idea when they have read nonfiction. What students need to do to meet the MAIN IDEA requirement
Grade 5 Standard 5 Unit Test Heredity Multiple Choice 1. In what way will a kitten always be like its parents? The kitten will... A. be the same color. B. learn the same things. C. have the same body structures.
Insect Record Date Observations Investigation 1: Mealworms No. 1 Notebook Master Stages in the Life Cycle of the Darkling Beetle 1. Cut apart the pictures. 2. Glue the pictures in a column in your science
Look at a picture of yourself when you were younger. Do you look the same now as you did then? Many things have probably changed. You have gotten taller, your body weighs more, and you are able to do things
Ecology Module Keely Davidson-Bennett NSF STEM Graduate Fellow in K-12 Education, Sugar Creek Watershed Project Ohio State University Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center December 2010 Module
reflect Different plants and animals live together. Look at the picture of the garden. What organisms live there? Grass, trees, bugs, and birds live there. Fish and frogs live there, too. Can you think
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4THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK GRADE 4 ELEMENTARY-LEVEL SCIENCE TEST WRITTEN TEST JUNE 6, 2011 Student Name School Name Print your name and the name of your school on the lines above. The test
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