Plants: PowerPoint & Activities
Learn all about plants in this PPT presentation. This nonfiction resource about plants is full of information, photos, illustrations, videos, and fun facts. It’s designed for teachers, students, and parents! Challenge the kids with some higher level thinking activities designed to hone problem-solving skills. Have fun with a couple of experiments.
In the PPT, your students will learn all about…
• Plant classification
• Vascular and nonvascular plants
• Roots, stems, leaves, xylem and phloem
• Photosynthesis and how it works
• Sexual Reproduction
o Flowers, Cones, and Spores/two generational life cycles
• Asexual Reproduction
o Rhizomes, Stolons, tubers, bulbs and fragmenting
o Dormant and Non-dormant
• Seed dispersal
o Wind, animal, water, mechanical, gravity, fruit
• Nonvascular plants
o Mosses, liverworts, hornworts
• Gas exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide
• Plants’ place in the food chain
• Defense mechanisms
o Physical and chemical
• Why plants are green
• Why leaves change colors
• And much more!
• The presentation begins with a riddle, has a time lapse video of a strawberry flower turning into a strawberry and one of some lima beans germinating from seed to plant,
• It also includes 8 higher level thinking activities and 2 simple experiments.
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This was created by Ryan Nygren.
Photo credits are found at the end of the presentation.
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