Monday 11th January Why do plants have flowers?In this lesson, we are going to learn about the different parts of a flower. We will also learn about the stages of a life cycle of a flowering plant as well as some different methods for pollination and seed dispersal.
Monday 18th January 2021 How do you clone a potato?In this lesson, we are going to learn about the differences between sexual and asexual reproduction, particularly in plants. We will also learn about different methods of asexual reproduction in plants, including bulbs, runner plants and tubers. Finally, we will write up an experiment which will test whether you can clone a potato.
Monday 8th February Why do birds lay eggs?In this lesson, we will learn about the life cycle of a bird, particularly focusing on a chicken. We will also look at the differences between a hatchling, nestling and fledgling. We will discuss and label the anatomy of a chicken egg. Finally, we will discuss strategies which birds use to attract mates.
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