Students will dissect a pink jasmine flower to review structure and function of plant reproduction parts. Included is a student handout that organizes student dissection as well as has an alternative virtual dissection website for those allergic to pollen. Students further demonstrate their understanding by creating similes for each structure and function of each flower part. Included are teaching tips and dissection tips gathered from 15 years of teaching experience. When my principal evaluated me, she raved how much fun and engaging it was to see students enjoy learning with such a hands on activity. Needless to say, I earned the highest marks for my evaluation as well as smiles and laughter with my principal and students. I strongly suggest buying my TPR (total physical response) Flower Dissection as it introduces this activity by creating a flower with student volunteers and includes visuals, signs, tips for props, etc. After doing the TPR, I quickly quiz the class of which part to dissect first to last.