Module Summary – New Plants (2nd Ed.)
The New Plants Module provides experiences that heighten students' awareness of the diversity of life in the plant kingdom. Students care for plants to learn what they need to grow and develop. They observe the structures of flowering plants and discover ways to propagate new plants from mature plants (from seeds, bulbs, roots, and stem cuttings). They observe and describe changes that occur as plants grow, and organize their observations on a calendar and in a journal.
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For a description of each investigation in the New Plants Module and the correlations to the National Science Education Standards, download the Module Overview PDF.
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