This PowerPoint contains 75 slides on the following topics Kingdom Plantae - Plants: Introduction to Plants, Multicellularity, Absorbing Nutrients, Symbiotic Relationships, Mycorrhizae, Preventing Water Loss, Cuticle, Stomata, Guard Cells, Reproducing on Land, Vascular Tissue, Seeds and Flowers, Advantages of Conducting Tissue, Advantages of Seeds, Seed Plants, Protection, Nourishment, Plant Dispersal, Growth, Advantages of Flowers, Plant Life Cycles, Alternation of Generations, $12.00
Plants: Diversity of the Plant Kingdom (A Living Plant Lab)
Biology Lab: The Diversity of the Plant Kingdom - A Living Plant Lab. Purpose:1.To observe representatives from the four most common plant phyla. 2.To identify the similarities and differences among the sample plants. 3.To identify the characteristics that make the specimen well suited to its environment. I use this lab when teaching my unit called "Introduction to the Plant Kingdom."
Kelp This informative and dynamic PowerPoint presentation illustrates and explains the kelps' - Appearance - Habitat - Definition - Different parts as compared to plants - Position in its food chain - Inhabitants - Dangers and threats - Life cycle - Life span - Usefulness to humans - Various species - And Much more - The presentation ends with a few higher level thinking writing activities. by Ryan Nygren (photo - https://www.flickr.com/photos/yinghai83/7634872238
Pumpkin Life Cycle Mini-book Advanced- This is excellent for the upper grades. It goes into more detail and is a great way to tie in pumpkins at this time of the year to the study of life cycles, germination, pollination, and plants.
Plant Life Cycle Interactive Notebook Craftivity for Science Centers
Plants Life Cycle: Your students will love this hands-on plants interactive notebook activity. The students will cut out seed shaped flaps to attach to their interactive notebooks. (Round flaps are also provided.) Students will color and number the pictures of a plant's life cycle in order. Under each flap, students will write a sentence that describes what is happening in the picture.