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PBL Projects and Rubrics

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http://swansonandcosgrave.com/publications/Project%20Design%20Template.pdf

 

 

Possible class projects- Requirements 

http://globaldayofdesign.com/

 

Log- Reflection - Every 5 weeks- Goals, Targets- planned Finnish dates

 

Google Website https://sites.google.com/mymail.lausd.net/test/home

 

 

Raspberry pi http://lifehacker.com/top-10-raspberry-pi-projects-for-beginners-1791002723

Garden in front of class. Watering days- What else can you do? 

 

 

 

 

People's Garden PBL HOME PAGE

 

 

 

Rubric for Landscape Project

Owl boxes

California native plants research Project

Drawing Plants

 

https://sites.google.com/a/portervilleschools.org/tolladay/soft-skills-rubric

 

TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS 

710

speed train

bridges

roads

 

RANDOM PROJECTS

http://www.wimp.com/swisstoy/

http://www.wimp.com/engineerdog/

 

Plants  Lesson Plans

 

 Root Systems
Identify root and leaf systems (as well as measure length and width.)

 icon From Seeds to Plant
Students will be able to:  1. Identify plant parts, where seeds come from and how they grow. 2. Determine what plants need to survive
3. Recognize how plants are a benefit to people and our planet.

icon Plant Systems

icon Plants and Seeds
Different kinds of plants form different amounts of seeds. Some plants form only a few seeds while others form many seeds. The fruit is the part of a flowering plant that contains seeds.

icon Plants, Plants, Plants!
Students learn about the various parts of a plant by looking at a live plant, listening to a story, Jack's Garden , and researching on the computer.

icon Core Unit: Plant Structure and Function
This unit focuses on the functions of the leaves, stems, roots, and flowers of plants. In addition, the identification of plant species is emphasized.

icon Plants/Flowers experiments and activities: roots, stems, leaves, flowers, trees
Several different activities for Plants/Flowers.

icon The Garden with Insight garden simulator
The Garden with Insight garden simulator is an educational simulation that uses weather, soil, and plant growth models to simulate a simple garden in an open-ended micro-world setting. You can plant vegetables and grow them to learn more about plants, the soil, the weather, gardening, and science. 

icon A Demonstration of Photosynthesis and Transpiration
Students will examine the effect that light and air has on green plants. 

icon How Plants Grow
Investigates what living things need to grow.

icon Kinder Garden
An introduction to the many ways children can interact with plants and the outdoors. 

icon Drawing My Own Flower Structure
Students will learn the parts of a flower and will learn about symmetrics, visual placements, and using guidelines.

iconExplore the Plant Kingdom
Experiments and activities for roots, stems, leaves, and flowers.

Plants Internet Resources

icon Native Plant Guide
A comprehensive guide from eNature.com

iconBiology of Plants
Informative site about how plants grow and disperse.

iconThe Seedy Site of Plants
Explore how plants spread their seeds.

 Plants Interactive Whiteboard Resources

icon The Great Plant Escape
Help unlock the amazing mysteries of plant life.

iconAll About Plants
Webquest to find information about plants.

icon The Dirt on Soil
Find out what really goes on under the ground.

icon In Search of Green Life
Label the parts of a plant.

icon Plant Explorer
Interactive guide to parts of a plan, what plants need, flowers, etc..

icon Life Cycle of Flowering Plants
Place lables and notes in correct sequence.

icon Plant Reproduction
Fill in the correct words in a story about plant reproduction.

icon Plant Games from PrimaryGames.com

Plants Printouts

icon Plant Printouts From Enchanted Learning
Several printouts including "label me" sheets to identify the parts for a flower and plant.

 icon Plants Venn Diagram
This Venn diagram compares flowering and non-flowering plants.

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