Naturalists in the Classroom - Flower Plants is designed to help curious students to find out more about the world of flowering plants. It is especially meant to be worked on by the students' themselves with minimal help from teachers or parents.
Some of the projects are to be used to find out more about the world of flowering plants while outdoors. Other projects are simple activities that can be completed with specimens indoors.
Only a few materials are need to complete each project and these can be easily found. Apart from these materials and the specimens, the only absolute essentials are a good pencil, a dedicated notebook, and a good pocket lens.
Help open a whole new world to your students and lead them on the adventure of becoming keen young naturalists.
Topics include the following:
*The Young Plant
*Learning About Leaves
*Making Leaf Prints
*New Plants Without Seeds
*Watching Pollination In the Garden
*Fruit From Flowers
*Collecting and Preserving Flowers
*Why Do Daisies Grow On Lawns?