Year 5 - stage 4

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This resource allows pupils to explore ways in which plants reproduce without seeds. Through this lesson plan and supporting PowerPoint pupils learn about asexual reproduction in plants, have the opportunity to research different ways that this can be artificially used by growers and can consider the advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction in plants. The pupils will then grow a second vegetable to use in their final recipes using one of the methods they have researched. This session is the fourth in a ten session long STEM project provided by NFU Education.

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