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Plants for Primary Pupils: Reproduction and Life Cycles Part 2: Pollination, Fertilisation, Fruits and Seed Dispersal

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  • Plants for Primary Pupils: Reproduction and Life Cycles ISBN: 9781851532162 Paperback Dec 2006 Out of Print #162555
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This teachers' booklet and accompanying CD is the third in a series being developed to cover the work that must be undertaken with plants as part of the Primary Curriculum. The theme of reproduction and life cycles is divided into two parts. Part 1 introduces pupils to the basic parts of a flower and their functions. The topic continues in Part 2, which provides a range of activities (inside and outside the classroom), including ways to demonstrate pollination, observations on the colours of flowers, investigations into how seeds are dispersed, and an overview of the whole life cycle of the rapid-cycling Brassica. It includes activities that are fun but at the same time reinforce pupil learning and help them to be ready to move onto the next stage.

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