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Flower Life Cycle Text
The major stages of the flower life cycle are the seed, germination, growth, reproduction, pollination, and seed spreading stages. Text detailing these stages.
Growing Food In The Future Video
Frankie Yu visits Stockbridge Technology Centre to meet with Phil Davis. He learns how technology can be used to help to grow food. Multi-tiered shelving is used to grow food under artificial lighting. High-efficiency, low temperature LED lighting allows plants to be grown close to the light source, in areas where farming would otherwise be impossible, potentially including other planets in the solar system.
Growing Seeds Video
Three children collect parsnip seeds from a plant grown last year on their allotment. They prepare the soil, then plant and water the seeds, explaining why this is important. They dig up a parsnip and prepare it for eating. Then they visit an enormous farm in Norfolk where radishes are grown. The crop is harvested and prepared while the farmer explains the processes involved.
Parts Of A Plant Printable
Worksheets with blank spaces to fill in parts of a plant and parts of a flower.
Plants - Read Alone Book Interactive
One of a set of non-fiction, interactive information books. This specific book contains information about plants and trees. The links in the text will navigate to other pages containing related items. Click on the 'eye' to see a pop-up of a feature with its definition.
Plants And Me Lesson Plan
This topic, from the Association for Science Education, explores the importance of plants. The topic allows classes in schools across the world to exchange information about plants grown locally, the value of these plants and how they are used.
Plants And Trees - Glossary Text
This glossary contains information about plants and trees. Pupils can learn about specific features of plants and trees by browsing the glossary items. Key items have additional information pop-ups that can be printed to support non-fiction topic work and displays.