The corn cob structure does not allow the seeds to disperse without humans removing the seeds from the cob first and then planting them.

The corn cob structure does not allow the seeds to disperse without humans removing the seeds from the cob first and then planting them.

Plant Adaptations For Pollination And Seed Dispersal

Plant Adaptations For Pollination And Seed Dispersal Plant Adaptations For Pollination And Seed Dispersal

Peter Pan seed dispersal theory - this is SO COOL.  My kids are going to love it!

Peter Pan seed dispersal theory - this is SO COOL.

seed flipbook that goes along with the book Seeds Get Around

Used this for Science (but I added "Bursting") :) Free flip book about how seeds spread!

How do seeds travel?

Exploring Nature Science Education Resource - Life Science, Earth Science, and Physical Science Resources for Students and Teachers

Seed Dispersal Sorting Activity

This fun sorting activity is great for supporting your teaching on plant germination and seed dispersal. Carefully cut out the seed cards, and then see if your children can sort them into the different categories to show which are carried away by the

Categorizing seeds into how they travel. Wind. Water. Animals.

Week this to reflect the question and answer in CCM Delta. What are four ways seeds are dispersed? Four ways seeds are dispersed are wind, water, Mechanical, Animal

This is a complete lesson for seed dispersal, which is a fun back to school activity!  The lesson is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, making it perfect for second and third graders.  There are also extension activites listed.  The STEM to STEAM trio hopes you enjoy this!Don't forget to leave feedback!

Seed Dispersal Lesson

This is a complete lesson for seed dispersal, which is a fun back to school activity! The lesson is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards, making it perfect for second and third graders. There are also extension activites listed. The STEM to

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