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What Do Plants Need?

Unit 6: Unit 6: Plant Life
Lesson 4 of 13

Objective: SWBAT identify the needs of plants by planting different seeds and observing them over time.

Big Idea: Did someone say green thumb? In this lesson we plant bulbs, bean seeds and flower seeds and observe these plants grow throughout our plant unit. Can you guess which baby plant will resemble the adult plant?

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Science, plants, seed, life
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