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This lesson serves as an introductory study of the plant world. The lesson allows students to study seeds, parts of plants, microclimates, and how to grow seeds into vegetable plants for harvest. Parents are encouraged to assist at home. [By Glenn Bass]

Curriculum Areas: English Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science

The activities will help the student identify, describe, and classify fruits and vegetables, and learn how each grows. [By Suzie Overholt]

Curriculum Areas: Healthful Living, Mathematics, and Science

This lesson helps students define the word habitat and understand the basic elements that make up an animal’s habitat. [BY KELLY STEWART]

Curriculum Areas: Science

Students will identify living and nonliving things. [BY GENITA POWELL]

Curriculum Areas: English Language Arts and Science

Great visuals to use as students explore living vs. nonliving objects. [HIDDEN VILLA CLASSROOM]
Curriculum Areas: English Language Arts and Science

Using observation skills and comparative language, the children will express their own ideas to compare likenesses and differences of pumpkins. They will sort by their own rules and explain their reasoning. Using cooperative learning, they will listen to other children’s discussions and come to some agreements. [BY RC GRIFFIN]

Curriculum Areas: Science

Students will plant their own seeds in potting soil and measure plant growth. Before the students’ plants are visible above the soil, students will explore the parts and functions of classroom plants and compare growth between the classroom plants. Using the weather channel website, students will predict whether the day’s weather conditions are excellent, good, or poor for plant growth. [BY RHONDA HATHCOCK]

Curriculum Areas: Mathematics and Science

This is an introductory lesson to assist students in understanding where their food comes from and what is available in this area. It is also a wonderful way to continue with inventive spelling. [BY SHEILA MOODY]

Curriculum Areas: Language Arts and Science

This lesson will allow students to use a variety of methods to explore pumpkins. BY ANGELIA BRASWELL

Curriculum Areas: Mathematics and Science

The learner will be doing curriculum integrated activities using Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar. [BY SHANNON ZERNIAK]

Curriculum Areas: Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science

Students will identify living and nonliving things. [By Granny’s Garden School]

Curriculum Areas: English Language Arts and Science