4. The boxes will be under Week 1 and each of the boxes will have the appropriate label of sun, raindrop, and cloud.7. Popsicle sticks with student names, Objectives: Students will… 1. Put the celery into a cup tinted with red food coloring. Have them help plant the grass seed. Have students take out their plant journals. Make predictions about what we will be learning. PA.SCI.3.3.4.B.2 Determine how different parts of a living thing work together to make the organism function. PA.SCI.3.1.4.C Illustrate patterns that regularly occur and reoccur in nature. Construct and observe an experiment with four plants with each not receiving one of its needs.5. Pour the water collect from each of the cups into 4 separate clear cups labeled accordingly. Sunlight, water, and air help the plant to make the food that it needs to grow. Students are accountable for recording their observations of the each plant’s growth. Procedures: Explore: 1. Explain that we will wait 3 days before uncovering our first seed.3. They will put their feet on the grounds as roots. Materials: Student: 1. b. Explain: 1. Set the sponge in a shallow dish of water and let it drink its fill. Sports: Soccer, Football, Basketball, Hockey. PA.SCI.3.3.4.A.2 Describe basic needs of plants4. parts of a plant lesson plan science plants environment worksheet animal kid primary teaching learning students elementary language arts education curriculum kids theme unit resources activities An elementary science lesson on identifying the parts of a plant and plant growth. Procedures: Explore: 1. PA.R.1.6.2.B.2 Make reasonable predictions about what will happen next. Materials: Student: 1. Explain to the students that we are going to pretend to be seeds. PA.ENV.4.2.4.B.3 Identify the sources of manmade products.3. What does that mean? Procedures: Explore: 1. I love plants and actually have these in my yard, but most greenhouses can provide a sample of similar plants. The plant does the opposite. Each child should have an embryo inside their seed. Tell them to be very careful not to get it on the carpet.3. Know about water lilies and how they grow in the water. Then they can draw a picture about what they wrote in the box.3. Plant journal2. Explain: 1. They know all about seeds, they know what plants need to survive, they know the parts of a plant and what each part does. Markers/Crayons Teacher: 1. 6. The students will label the parts of a flower diagram and explain the job of each part as a class.2. Wrap one end of the green pipe cleaner around the stamens to make the stem. Procedures: Explore: 1. Have everyone bring their Treasure Hunt homework to the carpet. Itâs up to you how involved you want to get on this lesson. Give them a lima bean that has been soaked overnight. Write five things that they learned during the unit. So, I use a spreadsheet I keep taped to my white board that I check off to see who's turn it is to present. Science 1. Write one product on one side and the other product on the other side. The job of the flower is to make seeds so new plants can grow from the seeds.2. After everyone has guessed, have students take out their plant journals and fill in the class graph at the top of the page. Review each part of the process. Each of the students will be their own plant. Using the United Streaming website, show the students the video. Give each pair of students a tulip. Once the seeds have sprouted, they will add the date of the first sprout underneath of the appropriate sponge. The soil is already added at the bottom. a. Wrap the other end of it around the stamens. Pass the seeds around so each student can see them.3. This makes the teacher aware of who does or does not understand the concept of how seeds can move. Tell the bee to buzz around the two flowers. Know the job of the roots and stem.2. After it is finished dripping, squeeze the rest of the water out to demonstrate how sponges can hold water. Explain to the students that after the song is finished once it starts to go faster and faster. Remind students of when they acted out how a plant grew from a seed to a flower. What is the name of each part? Each morning I will ask someone to help me uncover the next seed. PA Standards: Environment 1. Have each student place their “seeds” (cotton balls) in the center of the carpet. We will watch a short video on the process of photosynthesis from United Streaming. Science 1. They will have time during morning centers or at the beginning of science to record their observations. United Streaming video The Magic School Bus Plants Seeds2. PA.R.1.4.1.B Write informational sentences. Tell students to put their names on the front of the journal. Explain that today we are going to start learning about the parts of the plant. Pass around a potato and a carrot. Sand4. PA.R.1.4.1.B Write informational sentences2. Know what plants need to survive.4. Explain that the pistil is where the seeds grow. Give everyone a bowl of fruit from the fruit salad we made. PA.ENV.4.4.4.C.2 Identify what plants and animals need to grow. Give each student a paper cup with holes punched into the bottom and a number written on it from (1-20).3. PA.AH.PPE.9.1.3.B.1 Dance: move; perform2. After everyone is finished, give the students the diagram of the inside of a seed. 4 clear plastic cups, Objectives: Students will… 1. Materials: Student: 1. Certificates. PA.R.1.6.2.B.2 Make reasonable predictions about what will happen next. So, as I think about the prior knowledge the students need to be able to do this I must break the standard down into parts, and eventually end up with a lesson that specifically allows students to develop a solution to a problem for humans that can be solved by mimicking plants external features. I will return the folders tomorrow. PA.ENV.4.6.4.A.3 Identify basic needs of a plant and explain how their needs are met. PA.R.1.4.1.B Write informational sentences2. Label each of the elements (soil, air, sun, water). PA.SCI.3.3.4.A Know the similarities and differences of living things. Saved by Neca. 4. c. Set the sponge in a shallow dish of water and let it drink its fill. Wrap the label around the stem. PA.R.1.5.1.F.2 Capitalize the first word of a sentence, names of people, and the pronoun I. PA.ENV.4.7.4.A.1 Explain why plants and animals are different colors, shapes and sizes and how these differences relate to their survival. Pour water one cup at a time into the cup containing the outdoor soil until water collects in the bowl. GOD BLESS! Concept: The parts of the plant are roots, stem, leaves, flowers and fruits. a. Soak the sponge in a dish of water and then squeeze out the excess. What other ways do they think seeds might travel?Explain: 1. Review our seed facts that we already know. o Give the value on how to care the plants. Procedures: Explore: 1. Then, point out the stamens, the stalks that surround the pistil. Give each table group a piece of newspaper. Materials: Student: 1. What happened when she put the plant outside? Tell them to that each of them will get the chance to take a seed and move it to a different place in the classroom. A hypothesis is a prediction about what they think might happen in our experiment. Review the parts of the plant by singing and moving to the Parts of a Plant song. Each student will bring in a piece of fruit from home to use in a fruit salad. We will use the graphing program to make our people graph into a pictograph. Show them how to break apart the seed. Take out the class big book we are creating about plants. Have the students help fill the cups with the mixtures. Show the students the four cups. Lesson Plans; Student Journal; Rationale. Record their observations of the experiment in their journal.6. Students will create a hypothesis for each experiment. Subject Matter: a. Know the parts of the plant and their jobs.2. Different types of edible seeds4. Closure (Elaborate): 1. Students investigate and report facts about plant parts such as seeds, leaves, fruits, flowers, roots and stems. Objectives: 1. Lesson Title and Summary Parts of Plants We Eat Children will examine the parts of plants and see vegetables, fruits, and seeds that we eat. Memorize a song for the parts of the plant using body movements to demonstrate the parts. Procedures: Explore: 1. PA Standards: Writing 1. PA.SCI.3.3.4.B Know that living things are made up of parts that have specific functions.2. Make a list of the reasons that plants are important to people (food, materials, medicine, oxygen). Classical music, Objectives:Students will… 1. Record their observations of the experiment in their journal. He painted in an impressionistic style. 3. Closure (Elaborate): 1. Closure (Elaborate): 1. Have students come to the back carpet with their plant journals. a. First we will make a people graph. I will demonstrate how to complete the picture step by step as the students do it with me. PA.R.1.5.1.F.1 Spell high-frequency sight words correctly. Tell them to blow on their “seeds” using their straws to make wind. Explain that the petals protect the inside parts of the flower. As students are working, I will be calling each of them in small groups to make a grass creature. Show them how to carefully remove the covering. Give each corner an item in the category. 5. Do all seeds look the same? Treasure Hunt homework sheet2. Then they usually begin talking, but if they don't I make a statement and ask the students to repeat it. Show the students the seed wheel that they will be creating. 3. Growers of aeroponic plants may be amazed at the abundance of root growth in their plants. Explain that celery is a stem. Students completed the Treasure Hunt sheet by finding products in their home that come from plants.2. They will be the seed movers. Arts and Humanities 1. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, Objectives: Students will… 1. Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners about grade 1 topics and texts with peers and adults in small and larger groups. Read the story The Sunflower House by Eve Bunting, which follows a group of children as their sunflowers grow. Role-play script2. Finish a writing prompt and draw a picture illustrating what they wrote. When the students are finished, they can wash their hands and then go and work on the plant packets in their journals until everyone is finished.7. List other vegetables and the part of the plant they come from.2. PA.ENV.4.2.4.B.3 Identify the sources of manmade products. Focus on the leaves. a. Emphasize why the plants are different. A. MangoÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â B. Palm Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â C. AppleÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â D. Dissect their seed to observe what is inside. 2. PA.R.1.2.2.A.3 Make inferences and draw conclusions from a variety of reading materials.2. Sweet potato6. Explain how many different things that we use everyday come from plants. Go outside. Place several bowls of soil throughout the group with spoons. Plant diagram4. c. How does a plant start? PA.SCI.3.3.4.B Know that living things are made up of parts that have specific functions.2. Write hypotheses for each of the experiments.4. Take the tissue paper rings and poke the stem through the center. Song lyrics3. Science 1. Each student will get a sock. Explain that we will be learning about seeds first because all plants start from seeds. PA.SCI.3.2.4.C.4 State a conclusion that is consistent with the information. As the students see each picture, the class will make predictions about what we might be learning about next. Tell them that the company who makes the soil adds nutrients and vitamins to the soil to help the plants grow. They are breathing in oxygen. The veins help carry water to the whole leaf. Have students label and color their diagram. A life cycle is what happens to a living thing from beginning to end.2. Show students The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle. PA.AH.PPE.9.1.3.E.A.2 Theatre: scenario Anticipatory Set (Engage): 1. Explain that they need to finish the sentence about what they would do in their sunflower house. PA.SCI.3.3.4.B Know that living things are made up of parts that have specific functions. Students will make a model of a flower and label its parts. Tell the students that we are going to experiment to see which of these mixtures will hold the most water. The soil holds the water from the rain or water that we give it. PA.R.1.5.1.F.2 Capitalize the first word of a sentence. Finish a writing prompt and draw a picture illustrating what they wrote. Go through the whole process together from the rain to the soil to the stem to the leaves to food.3. Closure (Elaborate): 1. Using a shallow dish, place the tops of the carrots in the dish. This is called pollination. Are you sure the label is correct? Writing 1. Ask them what they think we will be learning about first. b. Students will help create a page in our class big book about photosynthesis. Know the parts of the flower and each part’s job. The job of the stem is to hold up the plant. Keeping consistent transitions like these really helps my students persevere through complex tasks, because they get to move frequently. Cut out the cover and write the title “From Seed to Flower.” Write their name anywhere on the cover. Have the students turn to page 3 in their plant journal. Can we eat seeds? After each picture has been chosen, reveal the answer to the class. Materials: Student: 1. Discuss how the size and shape of seeds help them to move. Fill in the job of the flower on the Parts of a Plant page. As we read the book, I will show them pictures and videos of some of the plants using a Powerpoint presentation I created. After reading, ask the students several comprehension questions. This is why plants are so important to us. Role-play pollination. 6. As the students see each picture, the class will make predictions about what we might be learning about next. Objectives o Identify the basic needs of plants. Have them write a hypothesis in their journal about which mixture they think will hold the most water. This is again to encourage students to engage in specific scientific discourse. It seems more powerful and the students really retain the information when they discover it, and have time to explore an actual plant. Assist in labeling a diagram showing the process of photosynthesis. These are the stamens. Then, they can draw a picture of how the celery looks now in the before box.3. Show the students a stalk of celery with the leaves on the top. Sunflower House cover Teacher: 1. Topic: The basic needs of plants b. Explain that one plant will receive sun, water, and air. PA.R.1.5.1.B Write content sentences using content appropriate for the topic.3. Give them a few minutes to look through the book and check out the pictures of the different plants. Today we are going to learn a song about the parts of the plant.2. List of unit objectives, Objectives:Students will… 1. Closure Elaborate (1): 1. TV connected to the computer3. We will use the graphing program to make our people graph into a pictograph. All of them looked different on the outside. They will wet it and turn the top over the rim of a mug. PA.SCI.3.3.4.B.2 Determine how different parts of a living thing work together to make the organism function. Demonstrate how the wind moves seeds using a cotton ball and plastic straw.4. Write a hypothesis for which soil will hold the most water.5. Now, I have told them what we are going to do, so they know what to expect. It takes about a hundred years or more to make natural soil that you can dig outside.3. Math 1. After they are finished, give them the cover that they can glue over their picture to make a flap. d. What part of the plant is underneath the soil? Seed life cycle poster2. Students will create a class graph of their predictions including labels and a title.3. Environment and Ecology1. Explain that today we are going to do an experiment with soil. c. Wrap one end of the green pipe cleaner around the stamens to make the stem. Procedures: (Day Two) Explore:1. PA Standards: Reading 1. Topics covered and activities include: Plant life cycle Parts of a plant (lessons for each part) Lesson on interdependence Terrarium observation journal Directions on how t Point out the pistil. PA.AH.PPE.9.1.3.B.4 Visual Arts: paint; design for environment Anticipatory Set (Engage): 1. d. What helped it to grow? Put a little cold water in the dish enough so that the water is around them but not covering them. Plant parts for diagram a. PA.ENV.4.7.4.B.1 Explain how specific adaptations can help a living organism to survive. 3 toothpicks8. Complete a seed wheel placing the pictures in the correct sequence.3. Math1. We did not cover them up so they could get air. Review the parts of a flower and display the worksheets in the classroom. Fill a shoebox with pictures of aspects of plants that we will be studying such as parts of a plant, what a plant needs, different types of plants, etc. Math 1. On the overhead, place a diagram of the flower. String (for hanging the sponges in the window). The other students engage in peer evaluation. Review what we just did: we used a cup with holes so the water could drip out that the plant doesn’t need, we used soil, a seed, we put the cups in the sun, and I added water. Procedures: Explore: 1. We begin the lesson in the lounge where I engage the class, then they explore the plants parts, explain their understanding, and lablel the parts to a different plant. Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. Using this type of questioning really keeps a positive atmosphere in the classroom. Complete the Treasure Hunt homework sheet by finding items in their home that come from plants. Computer graphing program5. I will pick up my seed and drop it while I am flying.”4. PA.R.1.5.1.F.1 Spell high-frequency sight words correctly.3. A lesson plan on the parts of a plant and the parts of a tree and worksheets that give children diagrams of a tree and a plant and they need to label their parts. Complete the items in their science folder according to the provided checklist.2. PA.SCI.3.3.4.A.2 Describe basic needs of plants Technology 1. Show the students a stalk of celery with the leaves on the top. 3. One tulip for each pair 2. Show the students the poster(s) of the life cycle of a seed. Complete the “Packets of Plants” packet by identifying the parts of the plant the vegetables came from.2. Give each student a folder containing all of the necessary parts. Students need to complete the plant diagram placing the parts in the correct position and labeling each of the parts. Know about different types of plants and how they use their unique features to survive. Math 1. The leaves take the sun and carbon dioxide and combine it with the water from the soil to make food. I will collect each student‘s folder. Remind them about photosynthesis and how plants also use the carbon dioxide that we exhale and give off oxygen that our bodies need. 2. Mystery box filled with plant related pictures3. 3. What other ways do they think seeds might travel? Give them time to observe the soil. Arts and Humanities 1. Does anyone recognize any of these seeds? PA.R.1.4.1.B Write informational sentences2. Know the parts of the plant.2. Have each of the students rub the pollen off of the stamen. The lyrics will be posted. PA.M.2.6.1.C Collect and display data over time and discuss observable patterns. I will congratulate each of the students on their achievement and give them back their folders. What part of the plant might this vegetable be? Science 1. Once everyone has seen the seeds, explain that these are all seeds that you can eat (sunflower, pumpkin, poppy, sesame). The choices will be food, medicine, paper/wood, other. Sunflower House writing prompt3. Food: Pizza, Tacos, Chicken Nuggets, Mac N Cheese. Act out the life cycle of plant from seed to flower. Read the list of ideas that they came up with from the How Seeds Move chart. Hang each sponge in the window with directions for its care. Have students come to the back carpet with their plant journals. Assessment (Evaluate): 1. Repeat the same procedure with the other side of their card. Turn to the next page. Do all seeds look the same? Sports: Soccer, Football, Basketball, Hockey. We will read the book together as a class. Then they need to put a hole in the soil with their finger. I will line the cups up on saucers in the window in order from 1-20. 7. Have them make a prediction. d. Take the tissue paper rings and poke the stem through the center. Explain to the students that we are going to read a story about two children and the observations that they made while watching a plant grow. 4. Have the bee pretend to land on the flower with the yellow pom-pom attached, which is the pollen. Have students complete the “Packet of Plants” activity. Students will take turns drawing a picture from the box. Students will get a half sheet of white construction paper. Label the petals on the diagram.4. Powerpoint presentation with pictures and videos of strange plants2. Review how a plant grows from seed to flower.2. Show the students the poster of what we will be learning about during this unit. Science 1. Grade 1 Lesson Plan Lesson Plan Pdf Lesson Plan Format Lesson Plan Examples Health Lesson Plans English Lesson Plans Daily Lesson Plan Science Lesson Plans Teacher Lesson Plans. Identify observable patterns. Seed wheel (3 parts: wheel, cover, pictures), Water bottle with spray attachment for life cycle role-play. Soil from outside2. What did Fran feed to her flower to help it grow? Q-tips3. Closure (Elaborate): 1. 2. Label each of the parts with the class (roots, stem, leaves, flower). Then stand up straight from the stem with their arms at their sides and their heads down. PA.SCI.3.7.4.D.3 Identify and use simple graphic and presentation graphic materials generated by the computer. Cut out the circle on the dotted lines. The Plant Hunters' mission is â¦ Show students the four different seeds. Now, by listening I can determine how much support and extra explanations I am going to need to add, or if there is a specific child who can share a lot of information. PA.SCI.3.3.4.B Know that living things are made up of parts that have specific functions. PA.ENV.4.2.4.B.2 Identify by-products of plants and animals. Label each of the parts with the class (roots, stem, leaves, flower). The text has an image of a plant with the parts labeled. Using a Power point slideshow, show the students pictures of Monet’s garden. Set the cups next to each other.9. Give each student a dry lima bean. After reading the text they label the parts to their plant. The only other expectation I have is that the students actually provide evidence based peer feedback that connects to the information they have gained in this lesson. Plant journals Teacher: 1. They need to describe what is strange about it (does it look strange, eat something strange, smell strange, etc.) 3. Explain to students that they are going to create their own diagram of a plant. Anticipatory Set (Engage): (Day One) (This lesson will be taught over two days.)1. (This lesson will be taught over two days.). Sometimes songs help me remember information that I need to know. PA Standards: Reading 1. Remind them that when it is their turn to go to the science center in the morning that this will be the time when they need to be making their observations. Look at the plant life cycle poster from the previous lesson. 6. Using the downloaded copy of the book, show it on the TV. We already know a lot about seeds. I want to see that the students labels are correct and the illustration is the accurate color. 2. PA.SCI.3.3.4.A.1 Identify life processes of living things. I find that most standard are much more achievable if they are broken down into smaller parts that lead up to meeting the entire standards expectations. Note: This lesson was updated in June 2020. e. Now, we need to add the stem. b. Have students come back to the carpet. We will watch the Power Point slideshow of the pictures of the lima bean seeds growing. Create their own plant including a name, its unique features, and how it uses its features to survive.3. PA.SCI.3.3.4.B Know that living things are made up of parts that have specific functions.2. 4. Pass several fresh leaves around the circle with a magnifying glass. After the video, review how pollen travels from one flower to another. Show students the diagram of the plant that we labeled yesterday on the overhead. What is the reason that plants need soil? Identify observable patterns2. What does it feel like? I will leave the slideshow on a continuous loop so the students can use the paintings as a model. I Am a Seed book, Objectives:Students will… 1. What type of soil is the best to use?10.Have them draw their observations in their journal. PA.SCI.3.3.4.A.1 Identify life processes of living things Environment 1. Pass the seeds around so each student can see them. Memorize a song for the parts of the plant using body movements to demonstrate the parts.4. 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