Plant Blog Post #3

Third Blog Post

For your third blog post please tell me about the progress of your plant(s). Please answer in three paragraphs. (No need to go day by day. Just what changed since the last blog post.)

  • Pollination: What did we do? What was the change in your plant after being pollinated?
  • General observations: Describe your plants now. Control and manipulated.
    • Height
    • Color
    • Stem
    • Leaves
    • Buds
    • Flowers
    • Pods
  • What do you think will happen next? Predictions for your plants. What will this week look like for your plants?
  • Include the pictures of your plant(s) in the “Blog #3”  Folder found in your shared with me section of Google Drive.

 

DUE FRIDAY, JUNE 15th

 

Pollination

This week we pollinated our plants and we are on the look out for seed pods! Watch the video below to learn more about the reproductive parts of a flower and the process of pollination.

Then, record your ideas about pollination, pollinators and flower parts on the padlet. Remember to add any pictures that will add to your information . (For ex parts of a flower or pollinators).

 

 

Pollination Padlet

 

Geoboards

Geoboard Activities

It is important to understand shapes in different categories and understand that shapes may share attributes.

Create the following shapes on the Geoboard link below from your  math hand-out. You should include the following shapes:

  • Triangle
  • square
  • rectangle
  • parallelogram
  • rhombus
  • a quadrilateral with 0 right angles
  • a quadrilateral with 1 right angle
  • a quadrilateral with 2 right angles
  • trapezoid

Have Fun!

Geoboards

Plant Blog Post #2

This week  you will create a second blog post that showcases the changes of the plant over the past two weeks.

Create in a Google Doc first!

 

Must Include:

  • THE CONTROLLED
    • An update after the past 2-3 weeks
      • Measurements
      • Descriptions: color, amount, size, direction
      • Reflections: rate of growth, change since start
  • THE MANIPULATED
    • An update after the past 2 weeks
      • Measurements
      • Descriptions: color, amount, size, direction
      • Reflections: rate of growth, change since start
  • Conclusions
    • Why did these things happen? Why do you think the outcome is the way it is?
  • Include a picture

Photosynthesis

The video below shares some information on photosynthesis. Using the information from the video as well as the readings we have done in class, you will be required to post the BIG IDEAS about photosynthesis on the padlet provided below the video.

 

Make sure to answers these questions:

  • What is photosynthesis?
  • What does a plant need to make food?
  • What is the food they make and what do they give off that animals need?
  • Any new or interesting information that you didn’t already know include in your post.

 

Padlet for Photosynthesis