Wildlife Zone

This link provides a list of six games that could be played to demonstrate pollination and other biological content.  The Pollination Game on page 3 could be used to address this GLE.  There is a basic materials list that is needed for the game. The game would require a large indoor/outdoor area to play. The materials required are basic and most schools will have these available. If not, they are fairly inexpensive materials. This could be used as an introduction to the GLE or a culminating activity. What is pollination? Why is it necessary? Explore the diverse plant life of Kew and observe various pollinators at work (selection of plants will depend on the season and weather).Through games, role play and inquiry based learning students will investigate how and why plants need to attract pollinators and what happens when they do.

Standards & Objectives

Academic standards
GLE 0407.4.1
Recognize the relationship between reproduction and the continuation of a species.
GLE 0606.2.2
Solve multi-step mathematical, contextual and verbal problems using fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals.
GLE 0606.3.1
Write and solve two-step equations and inequalities.
GLE 0606.3.4
Use expressions, equations and formulas to solve problems.
 
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Learning objectives: 

Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  • Identify and name key parts of a flowering plant (roots, stem, leaf, sepals, stamens, carpel, ovary, stigma] and describe their functions. 
  • Discover the importance of bees and other pollinators in pollination.
  • Dramatise the life cycle of a flowering plant.

Lesson Variations

Blooms taxonomy level: 
Understanding

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