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

 

Photosynthesis

Watch the photosynthesis video to learn more about the way plants make their own food. Then comment on the big ideas on the Padlet link below.

The big ideas are the major points of the process of photosynthesis:

  • 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/fun information you learned?

Photosynthesis Padlet

 

Reflection of Moon Observations

Congratulations! You have observed the moon for 28 days!

Please go to your student blog page:

  • Write a reflection about what you have learned and noticed about the moon.
  • Can you add any other important information about what you learned from our lessons in class about the positions of the sun, moon, and earth?
  • Please write at least one paragraph
  • Click on 3rd grade and science to help organize your work

Write as much detail as possible. Have fun!

Interactive websites to learn the reasons for seasons

Here are some interactive websites we visited in class to learn more about seasons.

  • Complete the worksheets using these websites.
  • Have fun and explore.
  • Add a post if you have anything interesting to share.

 

https://ny.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/psu10phy.sci.seasons/seasons/#.WNhBBmQrJo4

http://www.sepuplhs.org/students/iaes/simulations/SEPUP_Seasons_Interactive.swf

 

http://highered.mheducation.com/sites/007299181x/student_view0/chapter2/seasons_interactive.html