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Growing Plants

  • Category: Science
  • Lessons: 6
  • Year Group: 1
  • Key Stage: 1
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Your class will become experts at growing plants after these Year 1 Science lessons! They will learn how to describe different types of plants, identify their features, explore how plants are used for food, as well as what plants need to grow well through a variety of fun and engaging activities with this 'Growing Plants' module.

With lesson plans, informative slides, activity ideas, differentiated worksheets and many other helpful resources, these Year 1 'Growing Plants' lessons provide all you need to teach your children to identify and appreciate the wonderful world of plants!


Complete Series

Growing Plants: The Complete Series

Growing Plants: The Complete Series

Includes all 6 lessons from the series
Price: £12.00

The complete 'Growing Plants' series includes the lessons: Describing Plants; Plant Food; Seed Stories; Plant Roots; Water Tests; and Light and Dark.

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Individual Lessons

Growing Plants: Describing Plants

Growing Plants: Describing Plants

Lesson #1
Price: £2.99

This lesson starts off by challenging your class to identify where the plants are in a variety of scenes before challenging them to identify common plants when part of the plant is concealed. They will also think about words they can use to describe what different types of plants are like and have the opportunity to go on a plant hunt! This lesson contains a lesson plan, slides, activity ideas, differentiated worksheets and Picture Cards.

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Growing Plants: Plant Food

Growing Plants: Plant Food

Lesson #2
Price: £2.99

This lesson starts by asking your class for the reasons why people grow plants before looking more closely at the way we use plants for food. They will find out that food from plants doesn't just include fruits and vegetables, but grains, seeds and nuts too, which will get their minds thinking of hundreds of ways we use plants for food! This lesson contains a lesson plan, slides, activity ideas, differentiated worksheets, Question Cards and Food Cards.

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Growing Plants: Seed Stories

Growing Plants: Seed Stories

Lesson #3
Price: £2.99

This lesson identifies the main parts of a plant and challenges your class to find these different parts on a variety of plants, including roots that hide in the soil. Your class will then explore how seeds change and grow into plants and see this for themselves in a time-lapse video. This lesson contains a lesson plan, slides, activity ideas, a worksheet, differentiated Seed Story Wheels and Picture Cards.

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Growing Plants: Plant Roots

Growing Plants: Plant Roots

Lesson #4
Price: £2.99

This lesson recaps the main parts of a plant, including roots, stem, leaves and flower, before taking a closer look at the roots of plants and what their job is. They will explore what roots look like under the soil and how the roots of different types of plants might be the same as, and different from, each other. This lesson contains a lesson plan, slides, activity ideas and differentiated worksheets.

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Growing Plants: Water Tests

Growing Plants: Water Tests

Lesson #5
Price: £2.99

This practical lesson gives your class the chance to carry out an investigation as they explore whether plants need water to grow or not. The slides will demonstrate how to carry out an investigation to test this question before giving your class the chance to see how green-fingered they are by growing their own seeds. This lesson contains a lesson plan, slides, activity ideas and differentiated worksheets.

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Growing Plants: Light and Dark

Growing Plants: Light and Dark

Lesson #6
Price: £2.99

The final lesson in this series explores whether plants need light in order to grow well. They will have the opportunity to carry out an investigation to test this, or (if time is tight) they can look at the results of a test that has already been carried out to evaluate the results. This lesson ends by testing their understanding of living plants by discussing how you can tell an artificial plant from a real plant. This lesson contains a lesson plan, slides, activity ideas, differentiated worksheets and an Investigation Sheet.

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