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Playing Field Plants FSC Mini Projects 1

Field / Identification Guide
By: Rebecca Farley and Carol Roberts
8 pages, Fold-out
Playing Field Plants
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  • Playing Field Plants ISBN: 9781851532933 Unbound Dec 2005 In stock
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Playing fields and sports grounds aren't just for sport; they can also be a great place for science investigations. This foldout chart is the first in the new series of FSC mini-projects, designed to help KS3 students design and carry out simple ecological investigations. The illustrations by Carol Roberts show a small selection of plants common in playing fields and lawns, with a straightforward guide to leaf shape, flower shape and colour, and other key identification features. The text side takes students step by step through a full SC1 investigation from planning, recording in the field to considering their results. A "Further Investigations" section suggests extension work which may also be helpful for KS4.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Rebecca Farley and Carol Roberts
8 pages, Fold-out
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