PBL: Plants for the Garden (Unit 1, Part 4)

PBL: Plants for the Garden (Unit 1, Part 4)
PBL: Plants for the Garden (Unit 1, Part 4)
PBL: Plants for the Garden (Unit 1, Part 4)
PBL: Plants for the Garden (Unit 1, Part 4)
PBL: Plants for the Garden (Unit 1, Part 4)
PBL: Plants for the Garden (Unit 1, Part 4)
PBL: Plants for the Garden (Unit 1, Part 4)
PBL: Plants for the Garden (Unit 1, Part 4)
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Unit 1, Part 4 for NGSS or LSSS standards 5-LS1-1 (Plants), 5-LS2-1 (Non-native species, decomposition, soil cycle), and 5-PS3-1 (Food Chains/Webs).

This 5 day science unit includes inquiry-based activities that:

Follow the 5E Learning Cycle

Cultivate student discussion

Incorporate STEM skills, such as data interpretation and evidence-based explanations

Support Common Core/ELA reading, research, and writing skills

Employ hands-on activities

Integrate reflection and review

Foster problem-based learning (PBL)

Frequently assess student learning in organic and varied ways

Utilize art connections to maximize learning


(Note: This unit is meant for 5th grade students in classrooms that use Next Generation Science Standards. However, it can also be used in classrooms with similar standards/expectations that center around plants and ecosystems.)

Other lessons in this unit:
How Do Plants Grow?
How Does Energy Move Through Ecosystems?
Where Do Nutrients Come From?
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1 Week
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