|Have you ever wanted
plant a garden? What kind of garden would you want to plant? Would you
want to plant a flower garden or a vegetable garden. Planning
is a big part of having a garden. So click on the highlighted link and
find out what is involved in planting a garden.
|Now that you have planned
kind of garden you want to plant, it's time to get to work. Planting
will offer an opportunity for you to learn how to properly put your
seeds in the soil, fertilize, and water your seeds in order for them to
|Having a garden will
some work of you. Are you ready to get down and dirty? Taking care of
your garden will help it stay healthy, alive, and beautiful. Take a
look at JMGKIDS
and find out what it takes to have healthy plants. You will find out
pulling weeds is not the only work you will have to do to keep your
garden beautiful. Watering
are also essential for a beautiful garden.
|Now that you have gotten
plants full grown let's take a look at the different parts. Plants have
several parts that they need to grow and reproduce. Click on Bud and Sprout
to find out more about plant parts. Click here to learn more
about parts of a plant.
is your job.
Pretend you are a farmer. You've been invited by Mr. Hughes' third grade class to explain the parts of a plant. You will need to draw and label the different parts of a plant. You will find the different parts of a plant ThinkQuest.
for Real World Activity
1. Visit these websites: ThinkQuest and Bud and Sprout's website.
2. As you are going through the sites take notes of important facts on parts of a plant.
3.. Draw and label the different parts of a plant and give a brief description of what they do.
|Topic Literature Activity
|ABud and Sprout's website|
|1. Where does a plant come from?
2. What part of the plant holds up the leaves?
3. What part of the plant absorbs food?
4. What does a plant need to grow?
|1. What are some examples of
annuals, biennials and perenials?
2 . What are the different ways that plants are pollinated?
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