Students plant seeds and follow the life
cycle of a plant to study the stages of seed germination, seedling development and plant
Additionally, your class will study the anatomy of the plant embryo, root and
Further investigations allow students to explore the effects of light, temperature,
pH and environmental pollutants on seed germination and seedling development.
Your students will:
Observe, record and graph changes in plant
size and growth pattern throughout the life cycle
Identify the parts of a flower and observe
pollination and seed production
Understand the significance of sexual
reproduction in plants
Includes enough materials for a class size of
40 students. Recommended for students in grades 7 through 10. Manufactured by
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