The purpose of this activity is to have students (grades 7-9) get a better understanding in how an angiosperm (flowering plant) reproduces and what each of the parts does for the plant. The format is in a play. Students have parts they have to "act out." The items needed for this activity are as follows: petals are laminated pieces of wrapping paper, baseball glove for stigma, meter stick for style, paper grocery bag for ovary, rulers for filaments, foam ball (with a slit in it) for the anther, circular pieces of tape for the pollen, and a picture of an insect to mimic how pollination gets started. Cut the roles that are in the attachment and laminate them for future use. The play takes about a class period if you ask extension questions off of it and some review questions as homework. Do the play twice and encourage students to talk as an actor would on stage during a play. The entire class needs to hear them. Good luck and enjoy the plant play.