Primary science and literacy

This collection of resources supports the learning of non-fiction explanatory writing, speaking and listening and vocabulary, whilst learning about the structure and function of plants. Provided by Science & Plants for Schools (SAPS), resources are:

Plants and literacy: games and activities which help develop literacy skills whilst learning about plants.

A leaf in time: a popular introduction to photosynthesis.

Create a plant: create your own flowering plant collage, then label the different parts and discuss their role in a plant.

Create a flower: children learn about the parts of a flower by constructing a flower then discussing the role of each part in reproduction.

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Plants and Literacy

Aimed at primary level, this resource contains games and activities which help develop literacy skills whilst learning about plants. It includes games such as matching pairs, loop cards, taboo, splat, bingo and vocabulary cards. The resource contains:Parts of a plantUseful activities for starters and plenaries which...
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2000 - 2009

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A Leaf in Time - a Popular Introduction to Photosynthesis

This ebook aimed at upper primary, will also be of interest and value to older pupils. Using photosynthesis as a link it looks at a range of topics including: the diversity of plants, plant and animal cells, respiration and photosynthesis, climate change, greenhouse effect, and energy conservation.Written by David...
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2000 - 2009

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Create a Plant

Create your own flowering plant collage using selected materials. Once created label the different parts and discuss their role in a plant. Further ideas can be found in the full resource Parts of a plant and their functions.Produced by Science and Plants for schools (SAPS), this is one of a series of resources...
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2000 - 2009

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Create a Flower

In this activity children learn about the parts of a flower by constructing a flower from a selection of materials. Once created the flowers can be used to discuss the role of each part in reproduction. Further ideas can be found in the full resource Parts of a plant and their functions.Produced by Science...
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2000 - 2009

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