Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Pollination Power! - Section 1: Teacher Notes


I found I had to add books from our library about each topic as an additional resource.  To start, I was just using the website, but found that the children needed some additional information.  So the next day I went to our school library and checked out some books on the pollinators so each group had at least two books to look at for information.

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Pollination Power!

Unit 3: Pollination and Seed Dispersal
Lesson 1 of 12

Objective: SWBAT to ask questions to guide them in their learning. Then they will present facts about a pollinator.

Big Idea: Pollination is very powerful! It is paramount in order for plants to make seeds. But what exactly is it? Let's research with a team to find out about this vital part of life.

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