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  1. Plant Parts Strand 2: Life Science Grade: 6th Frameworks: LS.2.6.5 Model and explain the function of plant organs: Leaves, Roots, Stems, and Flowers Objectives: Identify parts of a plant Locate parts of a plant Describe the functions of plant parts

  2. Plant Parts Roots, Stems, Leaves, Flowers,

  3. Why are plants important?

  4. Plant Parts

  5. Mad Scientist Dissection Rules 1. Follow Teacher Instructions- DON’T WORK AHEAD!!!! ( I will guide the dissection) 2. Keep hands out of mouth and away from face 3. Keep hands and instruments to self 4. DON’T MAKE A MESS!! (If mess is being made, we will stop)

  6. Roots • Grow underground • Anchor the plant in the soil • Absorb water and nutrients from the soil Examples: carrots, turnips, radishes roots

  7. Stems • Support the leaves, flower, and fruit • Transport water and nutrients to the rest of the plant Examples: celery, asparagus stem

  8. Vortex game(Smart Board)

  9. Leaves • Contain chlorophyll • Take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the air • Capture light energy and convert it to food for the plant • Make food (sugar) for the plant- • Photosynthesis- 6CO2 + 6H20 C6H12O6+ 6O2 (Carbon dioxide) (water) (sunlight) (sugar) (oxygen) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wj8TGhcCnxs Examples: lettuce, spinach, cabbage leaf

  10. Flowers • Produce seeds • Seeds develop in the ovary • Ovary swells to become the fruit as the seeds mature inside of it • The petals wither and fall off Examples: cauliflower, broccoli flower

  11. Matching (Smart Board)

  12. Main Plant Parts??? 1. 2. 3. 4.

  13. Plant Parts

  14. Brain Pop(Plant Growth) • http://www.brainpopjr.com/science/plants/partsofaplant/

  15. Plant Parts and Functions