Science - Gr. 4.E - Plant growth and changes

Children's literature connecting to Alberta Education science curriculum. Overview from Alberta Education:Students learn about the structure and growth of plants by raising plants in the classroom and by observing plant growth within the community. They learn to recognize and describe different forms of leaves, stems, roots and flowers and learn their functions...learn that different plants have different needs,..
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A 2-minute version of the animated lesson for TED-Ed about plant communication.  Can plants talk to each other?

A version of the animated lesson for TED-Ed about plant communication. Can plants talk to each other?

What If Humans Could Photosynthesize? - YouTube :Reactions explained how the human body would be different if it could photosynthesize like a plant. The video also explains how photosynthesis works, and the basic reasons why humans don’t do it.

Reactions explained how the human body would be different if it could photosynthesize like a plant. The video also explains how photosynthesis works, and t

Take a closer look at the many facets of farming -- and how kides all over the world help grow, care for and harvest the best and freshest products for their families ..

Down To Earth: How Kids Help Feed the World - (Social Responsibility Core Competency)

Introduces children to the importance of sunlight for growing plants, and describes why humans and animals depend on it to survive. [DVD] Gr.K-3.

Introduces children to the importance of sunlight for growing plants, and describes why humans and animals depend on it to survive.

Presents science experiments that help determine the properties of plants, including seed germination, the anatomy of a plant, the importance of roots, and the roles of leaves and flowers.

An introduction to plants that provides information on the parts of plants, the things that make them grow, and the ways humans use them; and includes simple experiments to reinforce the scientific concepts presented.

Eleven-year-old Maria Luz and her family have a small farm in Honduras, but may not have enough food to sustain them for the year, so Maria's father must leave home to find work, leaving her in charge of the garden. Her new teacher shows better methods to tend her garden and increase both production and income. Includes information about global food supply and organizations that help.

The Good Garden: How One Family Went from Hunger to Having Enough (CitizenKid)

Explores the cultural and environmental aspects of traditional Balinese rice farming, a model of sustainable food production.

Explores the cultural and environmental aspects of traditional Balinese rice farming, a model of sustainable food production.

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