It’s important to remember that though we may start off “low” or “not the best” everyone is capable of growth and being successful in some way, shape, or form.
When looking at this data, a little quote came to mind…
Great introduction, useful for background knowledge or for directing especially interested pupils to.
Useful for showing how important elements and materials are to us.
An interactive presentation, suitable for Key Stage 2 (8-11 year olds) describing the different parts of a plant.
The plant detective covers topics such as: Reproduction Photosynthesis Adaptation To use the plant detective you will need to have a Flash viewer installed Many different resources on adaptation, biodiversity and habitat loss, invasive species, variation and classification.
The worksheet can be found here: Biotechnology Textbook Worksheet – NC 28 to NC 30 Tomorrow we’ll be starting another layered curriculum activity packet that will be due FRIDAY DECEMBER 20th!
A series of activities that give pupils an opportunity to explore different aspects of fruits and seeds and to understand how (and why) they are dispersed.
Pupils use and develop their investigative skills in analysing and evaluating data and evidence and their creativity and problem solving when interpreting evidence, asking questions such as Why? The number of protons, neutrons and electrons in an atom can be changed in this interactive activity, which displays the atomic number, mass number and ionic charge.The activities presented here are suitable for pupils in age range 5 to 11, but should be adapted to suit the age and ability of the pupils.This booklet includes activities that children can do to find out more about plants, focusing on ways that children can grow their own plants.Several of the activities are set out as investigations, to support children developing their approach to investigations in a scientific way.A selection of short, engaging practical demonstrations on various biology, chemistry and physics topics.Strictly, neither of these words appears on the curriculum for children at this level.