Plants are Important
A book about why plants are important.
In order to view this book you must first purchase the voucher from the resource section of the website.
The book is designed to spark debate, bring forward wonderings and explore perspectives, support connections to prior knowledge and possibilities about plants. The book supports and encourages inquiry-based learning and visible thinking.
The conceptual understandings that guided the photo selection in this book.
- Animals and plants depend on each other
- Plants store the suns energy as food
- Animals access and share this energy
- Energy is transferred along food chains
- All living things have specific characteristics and attributes
- Scientists use attributes to classify and group living things -Classification helps make sense of a complex world
- Diversity maintains life on earth
- Specific attributes and adaptions contribute to survival
- Plants have a life cycle
- Humans use plants as raw materials to create products
- Plants are living things and have needs that must be met in order for them to grow
- Plants contribute to biodiversity which is critical for life on earth and are important part of any habitat or ecosystem on land and in the water
- Feeding relationships are cycles and include decomposers