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Pollination Lesson Ideas

Pollination Lesson Ideas

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F is for First Grade: We've Been Busy Bees

Pollination worksheet

Pollination Parties - Handout - Discovery Channel School

pollination experiment

Cheeto Pollination Experiment

Teaching kids about pollination

Teach From The Heart: Flashback to Fourth - Pollination

Love this pollination activity!!!

F is for First Grade: We've Been Busy Bees
  • yolanda orsot
    yolanda orsot

    Love this activity! Can't wait to use it in my kindergarten class.

pollination experiment with cheetos

A modification of the pollination actvity

Little Miss Glamour Goes To Kindergarten: creepy crawlers.

Worksheets: Read Up On Pollination

Read Up On Pollination
  • Peggy Peele
    Peggy Peele

    Awesome reading here! Thanks!

Pollination - totally doing this after spring break!

Little Warriors: Pollination Science Lesson

"Plant Pollination" Lesson Plan 6-8th grade (DiscoveryEducatio...)

Use for Bee Unit: pollination/fertilization sequence paragraph

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"The Beauty of Pollination." Hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Four minutes of heaven.

Students made their own honey bee and flower. They learned about pollination!

'The beauty of pollination', a beautifully filmed video from TEDtalks.

The beauty of pollination

How orange Cheeto hands can help you learn about pollination! Great activity!

Cheeto Pollination Project featured on 'Living a Wonderful Life' Blog

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  • Laurie Benson
    Laurie Benson

    great idea! I've tried to use jello in the pollination experiment before but the colors aren't bright until you get them wet!

  • Patricia DeRiggs
    Patricia DeRiggs

    I love this idea. I am going to try this this week but with flour and colored construction paper flowers

  • Jori Lokken
    Jori Lokken

    This is jusr what I needed! Perfect!

Pollination activity for science notebook. Use cheetos, the cheese dust represents pollen.

Science Notebooking: Animals/Plants
  • West Branch Public Library
    West Branch Public Library

    Bees drink nectar from flowers to make honey. When the bee is sitting on the flower, pollen gets stuck to his legs. When he flies to another flower the pollen on his legs fall off on that flower and that's how seeds are made.

Possibly the most beautiful video I have ever watched!! (Louie Schwartzberg: The hidden beauty of pollination)

A nice book to go along with Sonlight Core A when you read about Johnny Appleseed. Packed with information in just 32 pages, children will learn about growing apples, cross-fertilization and grafting, pollination, who are the leading apple growers, varieties of apples and more.

Seed Cycle ($0.99) In this fun and educational app, children can grow their own beautiful flowers while learning about plant growth and pollination. Players earn badges as they complete different stages of the plant growth cycle. With informative text and a read-to-me option, children can learn science vocabulary and concepts while helping a busy bee pollinate flowers and protecting their plant seeds from a hungry bird. Designed to appeal to children from toddlerhood to elementary school.

Seed Cycle on the App Store on iTunes

Plants HD ($1.99) high-quality interactive content about plants & their lifecycle. In-depth look into topics such as seeds, germination, pollination, flowers, trees, fruits, and dispersal. Scientific information about the various topics is combined with quiz and game to enhance the learning. Flip through photos, read content or have it read to you, listen to music while reading, or just play a game. HD picture covering various topics; arranged like a deck of cards to shuffle.

Plants HD on the App Store on iTunes

The beauty of pollination~Amazing!