Thinkers Activity 3: The Feel Good Factor

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This resource, aimed at primary level, explores the different ways in which plants are used. Children collect samples of products which use plants and discuss their usefulness. It includes teacher guidance and a presentation showing some of the many uses of plants and a presentation which shows different seeds are included along with extra activities and stickers.

Further activities which link to this resource are:

Assemblies and Quick Start Resources

Thinking Walk

Living Well

This resource is part of The Great Plant Hunt, which is designed to encourage children to draw inspiration from the life and work of Charles Darwin to develop their understanding of the natural world. It was created by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and commissioned and funded by the Wellcome Trust to mark the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth.

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