Plant Parts
What function do stems, leaves, roots and flowers have?

 

 

Welcome to Parts of a Plant through Digital Stories. This course will help parents and teachers educate kindergarten age students on the Parts of a Plant and teach them how to make digital stories using Capzles. The course is designed to host all the needed content in one easily accessible place.


Please join us for a synchronous discussion every Wednesday

5:30pm-6:30pm. You can sign-up for one of three 20 minute meetings in our Google Doc https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dKweyF

 

_KURjyYQCT8E5m2O2ItD2howh7JsiqkDUJ19Y/edit Or you can start your own hangout.

 

To make a video call in Google Hangouts on a PC,

 

  1. Log into Google PlusGmail.
  2. For Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari, you need the Hangouts plugin. *Chrome is automatically enabled.
  3. Open Hangouts at hangouts.google.com.
  4. Allow Hangouts to access your computer’s microphone and camera.
  5. Click the Video icon.
  6. Only 10 people will be able to attend at a time. Fell free to drop in to ask questions or open your own hangout with other students.
  7. Please add your e-mail to the Google Doc below so we can all meet up in the hang out.

 

Both parents and students are also welcome to leave questions and responses at http://my-ecoach.com/blogs.php?action=view_post&blog=6937&post=28432 under the Student Cafe section. 


Audience: Parents and teacher of Kindergarten students.


Objectives: To help students identify major parts of a plant like

leaves,stems, roots and flowers and to help students with their

scientific investigative skills.


This unit includes a PowerPoint game, the video Life Cycles of a

Plant the creation of a scientific experiment about plants, and the creation of digital stories about plants.

 


Plants growing on an Oregon cliff By: Bonnie Lewis