Powerpoint includes visuals for signs students wear to represent parts of the flower, instruction tips, and diagram of the student formed flower. This activity of students acting out each part of the flower is meant to be a class review before actually dissecting a flower. Teacher asks for volunteers for each flower part reviewing their location and function with visuals provided and a few easy to find, inexpensive, & common place props. After the entire student formed flower is completed, teacher then shows which parts to dissect away first to last asking the class which student needs to sit down while class waves goodbye. After this total physical response activity, I usually model with a real flower how to dissect before they do it as well. The best flower to use are pink jasmine since they have abundant blooms in one plant more than enough for more than 6 classes. Time to dissect depending on weather is usually February to April. My principal observed me with this activity and was laughing with joy along with my students as well as gave me the highest marks on my evaluation. The flower dissection is not included here but includes an interactive website for reinforcement & practice as well as an extension to further link student's prior knowledge using similes.