Reflection: Lesson Planning What DO Seeds Need? - Section 1: Introduction

 

  Adding an Investigation to an Already Long Unit
  Lesson Planning: Adding an Investigation to an Already Long Unit
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What DO Seeds Need?

Unit 3: Plant Structures
Lesson 5 of 12

Objective: SWBAT plan an investigation to test effects of not having a given element.

Big Idea: What do seeds need in order to sprout?

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Science, Biology / Life Science, engineering, seeds
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