Reflection: Pacing Pollinating!! The Bees Have It!!! - Section 4: Expand


My intentions at the end of the lesson were to have the children write the claims and evidence that we found in the investigation on the individual sheets and glue those into their journals.  However, the students were so excited that they struggled to control their enthusiasm.  We had documented the claims and our evidence on an anchor chart before hand, but ran out of time to complete the smaller versions.  

I will make sure that in later lessons, I will teach the claims and evidence well.  

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Pollinating!! The Bees Have It!!!

Unit 3: Unit 3 - Apples, Pumpkins and Bread!! OH! My!!
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Objective: SWBAT describe the process of an apple blossoms pollination.

Big Idea: Plants and animals are very dependent upon one another for survival in the environment. This lesson will offer students a strong visual in seeing how this works.

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Science, plants, Pollination, bees
  45 minutes
bees pollinating apple blossom
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