In this activity, students will look at flowers and identify the different reproductive parts.
By the end of this activity, students should be able to:
- identify different parts of a flower and understand their functions
- use some of the vocabulary of botany.
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- what you need
- what to do
- extension ideas
- student handout.
Flowers are not on plants just to make them look pretty. They are there as a vital part of a flowering plant’s life cycle. Not all plants have flowers, find out what flowering plants are and how they are different to other plants.
Follow up the science ideas and concepts covered in this article with one, or more, of these activities below: