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#4763. Plants: Life Cycle and Part Functions

Science, level: 3-5
Posted 06/05/2014 by Leida Rosario (Leida Rosario).
Allentown, USA
Materials Required: Computer with Internet access, journals
Activity Time: 2 days of 90 minutes block
Concepts Taught: plant life cycle and plant part functions

LESSON PLAN
Name: Leida Rosario
Subject/Period/Grade: ESOL/Science, 3rd grade
Title/Topic: Plants: Life Cycle and Part Functions
Lesson Duration: 2 days
Date / Day Minutes
Day 1 90 minutes
Day 2 90 minutes

PA Standards:
(ELPS Standards, if applicable)
Science: 3.1.3.A.3 Illustrate how plants and animals go through predictable life cycles that include birth, growth, development, and death.
S.3.B.1.1.1 Identify and describe the functions of basic structures of animals and plants (e.g. animals: skeleton, heart, lungs; plants: roots, stem, leaves).

English Language Proficiency Standards:
Standard 1: English language learners communicate in English for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.
Standard 4: English language learners communicate information, ideas, and concepts necessary for academic success in the content of science.

Technological Standards:
Goal 1: Language learners demonstrate foundational knowledge and skills in technology for a multilingual world.
Goal 1, Standard 1: Language learners demonstrate basic operational skills in using various technological tools and Internet browsers.
Goal 1, Standard 2: Language learners are able to use available input and output devices (e.g., keyboard, mouse, printer, headset, microphone, media player, electronic whiteboard).


Instructional Objectives:
�Students will be able to describe how plants grow from seed to plant.
�Students will be able to identify parts of a plant and their functions.
�Students will be able to use technology to search for information.
�Students will be able to use technology to present information.

Pre-requisite Skills: Tap into students' prior knowledge and preview important vocabulary words about plants.
Instructional Strategies: Respond to visual clues, cooperative groups, hands-on investigation, use of technology.
Vocabulary / Concepts:
Life cycle, grow, seed, stem, trunk, flower, leaves, roots, germination, sunlight, minerals, plant, ground, cover, soil, tree, seedling.
Investigate, search, VoiceThread, upload information, website,

Materials, Resources, Equipment: Computer with Internet access, journals

TEACHING SEQUENCE
Pacing / Minutes LESSON PHASES
5 minutes Warm-Up / Do Now
Bring some seeds and share personal experiences about plants (e.g., planting a garden, getting a plant for the classroom).
20 minutes Listen to the story "The Tiny Seed" online. Talk to children about the story and discuss the big ideas. Set the purpose for the lesson. Introduce the objectives of the lesson. Create a Word Bank with key vocabulary words (refer to the Vocabulary/Concept section).

20 minutes: Instructional Phase
Watch the video "The life cycle of a Plant." Discuss information with the students. Have children draw a picture of the life cycle of a plant in their journals.

15 Minutes: Have children work with a partner and select a part of a plant and do a quick writing about it (Children in level 1 can write in their native language or draw an illustration).

25 minutes: Next, have children search online for information about the part of the plant they chose and record the information in their journals. They will be provided with some websites where they can find useful information about their topic (refer to the list of websites at the bottom of this lesson).

5 minutes Closure
Get together as a whole group and wrap-up the lesson for the day. Ticket out: Write on a sticky note 1 fact you learned about plants.


Day 2
TEACHING SEQUENCE
Pacing / Minutes LESSON PHASES
5 minutes Warm-Up / Do Now
Review Key Vocabulary Words

10 minutes Introduction to the Lesson

Create an Anchor Chart about the life cycle of a plant as the students recall information learned from the day before.

20 minutes: Instructional Phase
Check progress on the students' plant part report. Once students are ready for the next step, explain: With the information found about the plant parts and their functions, you will create a VoiceThread. Introduce students to VoiceThread and explain that it is an interactive tool that allows users to add images and audio to share information around media. Play the VoiceThread I created or create your own to share with your students.

35 minutes: Have children search for a picture or photograph of the plant part and guide them through the process of creating their own VoiceThread.


20 minutes Closure
Go over the VoiceThread the students created and show children how to add comments. Talk about their experiences creating the VoiceThread.
Home Assignment
Talk to your parents at home about the importance of plants. Ask them about different ways that people use plants. Get ready to share the next day and compare answers.

Assessment Plan:
Students will go back to the picture they drew about the life cycle of a plant and will write to describe the process. Students in level 1 can just label the illustrations. Students VoiceThread will be used to evaluate the second part of the lesson (plant parts and functions).

Differentiation / Accommodations for Individual Learners:
Students in level one can just label the plant parts for the VoiceThread.
Students will be working in groups of 2 or three students. The groups will be divided by mixing language ability levels. Videos and text are provided with information about the topic to facilitate understanding.

References and Resources

The Tiny Seed
https://www.youtube.com/watchv=cqE3Kcc8Zgg&feature=kp

Introduction: Video about life cycle of a plant
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZ3fRX1yqyM


Video: Parts of a plant and their functions.
http://app.discoveryeducation.com/builders/boards/assetGuid/8D61F036-9B63-E518-3023-1957ECF724C5/includeHeader/true/layout/default

Text: part of a plant and their functions
http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case1/c1facts2a.html

Plant parts and their functions
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lf9SgXNg5s

VoiceThread "Plants"
https://voicethread.com/share/5828489/

Parts of plants
http://www.tooter4kids.com/Plants/parts_of_plants.htm



POST-LESSON ANALYSIS / REFLECTION
At the end of the lesson, we will create and Anchor Chart for plant parts and functions. We will also reflect on how the lesson went and how the use of technology helped us to have a better understanding of the lesson.

Sours: https://teachers.net/lessons/posts/4763.html

Salvia divinorum

Species of plant

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Salvia divinorum (Latin: "sage of the diviners"; also called ska maría pastora, seer's sage, yerba de la pastora or simply salvia) is a plant species with transient psychoactive properties when its leaves are consumed by chewing, smoking, or as a tea.[2] The leaves contain opioid-like compounds that induce hallucinations.[3] Because the plant has not been well-studied in high-quality clinical research, little is known about its toxicology, adverse effects, or safety over long-term consumption.[2][3] Its native habitat is cloud forest in the isolated Sierra Mazateca of Oaxaca, Mexico, where it grows in shady, moist locations.[4][5] The plant grows to over a meter high,[1] has hollow square stems like others in the mint family Lamiaceae, large leaves, and occasional white flowers with violet calyxes. Botanists have not determined whether Salvia divinorum is a cultigen or a hybrid because native plants reproduce vegetatively and rarely produce viable seed.[6][7]

Mazatec shamans have a long and continuous tradition of religious use of Salvia divinorum to facilitate visionary states of consciousness during spiritual healing sessions.[1]

Its chief active psychoactive constituent is a structurally unique diterpenoid called salvinorin A,[3][8][9] a potent κ-opioidagonist.[10] Although not thoroughly assessed, preliminary research indicates Salvia divinorum may have low toxicity (high LD50).[11][12] Its effects are rapid but short-lived.[2]

Salvia divinorum is legal in some countries and some states in the U.S., while other states have passed laws criminalizing it.[13]

Etymology

The genus name, Salvia, was first used by Pliny for a plant that was likely Salvia officinalis (common sage) and is derived from the Latin salvere.[14][15] The specific epithet, divinorum, was given because of the plant's traditional use in divination.[4] It is often loosely translated as "diviner's sage" or "seer's sage".[16]Albert Hofmann, who collected the first plants with Wasson, objected to the new plant being given the name divinorum: "I was not very happy with the name because Salvia divinorum means "Salvia of the ghosts", whereas Salvia divinatorum, the correct name, means "Salvia of the priests". It is now in the botanical literature under the name Salvia divinorum.[17]

Common names

There are many common names for S. divinorum, including sage of the diviners,[18]ska maría pastora,[19]seer's sage,[16]yerba de la pastora[20] or simply salvia.

History

Mazatecpeople performing a ritual dance in Huautla de Jimenez

Salvia divinorum is native to the Sierra Mazateca in Oaxaca, Mexico, where it is still used by the Mazatec, primarily to facilitate shamanic visions in the context of curing or divination. S. divinorum is one of several species with hallucinogenic properties that are ritually used by Mazatec shamans. In their rituals, the shamans use only fresh S. divinorum leaves. They see the plant as an incarnation of the Virgin Mary, and begin the ritual with an invocation to Mary, Saint Peter, the Holy Trinity, and other saints.[1] Ritual use traditionally involves being in a quiet place after ingestion of the leaf—the Maztec shamans say that "La Maria (S. divinorum) speaks with a quiet voice."[7]

It is also used remedially at lower dosages as a diuretic, and to treat ailments including diarrhea, anemia, headaches, rheumatism, and a semi-magical disease known as panzón de borrego, or a swollen belly (literally, "lamb belly").[9][21]

The history of the plant is not well known, and there has been no definitive answer to the question of its origin. Speculation includes Salvia divinorum being a wild plant native to the area; a cultigen of the Mazatecs; or a cultigen introduced by another indigenous group. Botanists have also not been able to determine whether it is a hybrid or a cultigen.[22]

Academic discovery

Salvia divinorum was first recorded in print by Jean Basset Johnson in 1939 while he was studying Mazatec shamanism.[23] He later documented its usage and reported its effects through personal testimonials.[24] It was not until the 1990s that the psychoactive mechanism was identified by a team led by Daniel Siebert.[25]

Gordon Wasson tentatively postulated that the plant could be the mythological pipiltzintzintli, the "Noble Prince" of the Aztec codices.[19][26] Wasson's speculation has been the subject of further debate amongst ethnobotanists, with some scepticism coming from Leander J. Valdés,[27] and counterpoints more supportive of Wasson's theory from Jonathan Ott.[28]

The identity of another mysterious Aztec entheogen, namely that of poyomatli, has also been suggested as being Salvia divinorum.[29] Here too there are other candidate plants, notably Cacahuaxochitl (Quararibea funebris),[30] again suggesting that there is no consensus.

Botany

The top of a skinny flowering plant, with dark green oval leaves near the bottom and in the background. In the foreground is a lighter green stem with many light blue calyces
Flowering Salvia divinorum
Flower detail, showing violet calyx and white corolla

Salvia divinorum has large green ovate (often also dentate) leaves,[31] with a yellow undertone that reach 10 to 30 cm (4 to 12 in) long. The leaves have no hairs on either surface, and little or no petiole.[5] The plant grows to well over 1 metre (3 ft) in height,[1] on hollow square stems which tend to break or trail on the ground, with the plant rooting quite readily at the nodes and internodes.[32]

The flowers, which bloom only rarely, grow in whorls on a 30-centimetre (12 in) inflorescence, with about six flowers to each whorl. The 3-centimetre (1+1⁄4 in) flowers are white, curved and covered with hairs, and held in a small violet calyx that is covered in hairs and glands. When it does bloom in its native habitat, it does so from September to May.[32]

Early authors erred in describing the flowers as having blue corollas, based on Epling and Játiva's description. The first plant material they received was dried, so they based the flower color on an erroneous description by Hofmann and Wasson, who didn't realize that their "blue flowers, crowned with a white dome" were in fact violet calyces with unopened white corollas.[1][32][33]

Distribution and habitat

Salvia divinorum is endemic to the Sierra Mazateca in the state of Oaxaca in Mexico, growing in the primary or secondary cloud forest and tropical evergreen forest at elevations from 300 to 1,830 metres (980 to 6,000 ft). Its most common habitat is black soil along stream banks where small trees and bushes provide an environment of low light and high humidity.[32][34]

Reproduction

Salvia divinorum produces few viable seeds even when it does flower—no seeds have ever been observed on plants in the wild. For an unknown reason, pollen fertility is also comparatively reduced. There is no active pollen tube inhibition within the style, but some event or process after the pollen tube reaches the ovary is aberrant. The likeliest explanations are inbreeding depression or hybridity.[7] All of the Mazatec populations appear to be clonal.[35] The plant's square stems break easily and tend to trail on the ground, rooting easily at the nodes and internodes.[36]

Taxonomy

Salvia divinorum was first documented in 1939, but it was many years before botanists could identify the plant due to Mazatec secrecy about the growing sites.[4] Flowers were needed for a definitive identification of the species. In 1962, the Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann, and ethnomycologist R. Gordon Wasson, traveled throughout the Sierra Mazateca researching Mazatec rituals and looking for specimens of the plant. They were unable to locate live plants. Eventually, the Mazatec provided them some flowering specimens.[23] These specimens were sent to botanists Carl Epling and Carlos D. Játiva, who described and named the plant as Salvia divinorum, after its use in divination and healing by the Mazatec.[4] By 1985, up to fifteen populations of the plant had been found.[32]

Until 2010, there were differing opinions on whether Salvia divinorum is an interspecific hybrid. The plant's partial sterility was suggestive of a hybrid origin, though no two parent species have been found with an obvious affinity to Salvia divinorum.[5][6][7] One other possibility for the plant's partial sterility is that long-term cultivation and selection have produced an inbred cultigen.[7][nb 1]

In 2010, a molecular phylogenetic approach by DNA sequencing of Salvia divinorum and a number of related species suggest that the species is not a hybrid.[37] One earlier proposed parent was Salvia cyanea (a synonym for Salvia concolor), which Epling and Játiva believed to be closely allied to Salvia divinorum.[34][38][nb 2] The 2010 study demonstrated Salvia divinorum's closest relative to be Salvia venulosa—a rare and endemic Salvia that is native to Colombia, growing in shaded, wooded gullies at 1,500 to 2,000 m (4,900 to 6,600 ft) elevation. It also showed that Salvia divinorum does not belong to the SalviasectionDusenostachys, as believed earlier. The genetic study also indicated that Salvia venulosa was likely misplaced into Salvia section Tubiflorae, and that it may not be related to other Colombia Salvia species, though further tests are needed.[37]

The origin of Salvia divinorum is still a mystery, one of only three plants in the extensive genus Salvia (approximately 900 species) with unknown origins—the other two are Salvia tingitana and Salvia buchananii.[39]

Strains

Three short green plants in a pot filled with soil. There are many oval-shaped green leaves and no flowers.
Three Salvia divinorumplants

There are two commonly cultivated strains which are known to be distinct. One is the strain that was collected in 1962 by ecologist and psychologist Sterling Bunnell (the Bunnell strain), colloquially mis-attributed as the Wasson-Hofmann strain. The other was collected from Huautla de Jiménez in 1991 by anthropologist Bret Blosser (the Blosser or Palatable strain).[40][41] There are other strains that are not as well documented, such as the Luna strain (possibly Bunnell) isolated from a Hawaiian patch of Salvia divinorum clones, featuring unusually serrated and rounded rather than ovate leaves.[42]

Cultivation

Propagation by cuttings

Salvia divinorum is usually propagated through vegetative reproduction.[43] Small cuttings, between 5 and 20 cm (2 and 8 in) long, cut off of the mother plant just below a node, will usually root in plain tap water within two or three weeks.[44][45]

Flowering

Blooms occur when the day length becomes shorter than 12 hours (beginning in mid-October in some places), necessitating a shade cloth in urban environments with exposure to light pollution (HPS).[46]

Chemistry

Further information: Salvinorin A

A chemical structure diagram showing benzene rings and various bonding with oxygen and hydrogen molecules

The known active constituent of Salvia divinorum is a trans-neoclerodanediterpenoid known as salvinorin A (chemical formula C23H28O8).[47] This compound is present in the dried plant at about 0.18%.[28]

Salvinorin A is not an alkaloid, (meaning it does not contain a basicnitrogen), unlike most known opioid receptorligands.[48] Salvinorin A is the first documented diterpene hallucinogen.[31]

Similar to many psychoactive herbs, Salvia divinorum synthesizes and excretes its active constituent (salvinorin A) via trichomes, of the peltate-glandular morphology, located just beneath the cuticle (subcuticular) layer.[49][50]

Potency

By mass, salvinorin A "is the most potent naturally occurring hallucinogen."[51] It is active at doses as low as 200 µg.[25][47][51] Synthetic chemicals, such as LSD (active at 20–30 µg doses), can be more potent.[52] Research has shown that salvinorin A is a potent and selective κ-opioid (kappa-opioid) receptoragonist.[10][47] It has been reported that the effects of salvinorin A in mice are blocked by κ-opioid receptor antagonists.[10][53] However, it is an even more potent D2 receptorpartial agonist, and it is likely this action plays a significant role in its effects as well.[54] Salvinorin A has no actions at the 5-HT2Aserotonin receptor, the principal molecular target responsible for the actions of 'classic' hallucinogens, such as mescaline and LSD, nor is it known to have affinity for any other sites to date.[10]

Salvinorin's potency should not be confused with toxicity. Rodents chronically exposed to dosages many times greater than those to which humans are exposed show no signs of organ damage.[11]

Other terpenoids

Main article: Salvinorin A#Salvinorins A - F, J

Other terpenoids have been isolated from Salvia divinorum, including other salvinorins and related compounds named divinatorins and salvinicins.[55] None of these compounds has shown significant (sub-micromolar) affinity at the κ-opioid receptor, and there is no evidence that they contribute to the plant's psychoactivity.[56][57]

Other pharmaceutical action

Salvinorin A is capable of inhibiting excess intestinal motility (e.g. diarrhea), through a combination of κ-opioid and cannabinoid (mainly CB1 receptor) receptors in inflamed but not normal gut in vivo. The mechanism of action for Salvinorin A on ileal tissue has been described as 'prejunctional', as it was able to modify electrically induced contractions, but not those of exogenousacetylcholine.[58] Results from a study at the University of Iowa indicate that it may have potential as an analgesic and as a therapeutic tool for treating drug addictions.[59][60]

A pharmacologically important aspect of the contraction-reducing (antispasmodic) properties of ingested Salvinorin A on gut tissue is that it is only pharmacologically active on inflamed and not normal tissue, thus reducing possible side-effects.[61]

Ingestion

There are a few ways to consume Salvia divinorum. In traditional Mazatec ritual, shamans use only fresh Salvia divinorum leaves. Modern methods have been developed to more effectively absorb the active principle, salvinorin A. If enough salvinorin A is absorbed, an altered state of consciousness can occur. The duration of experience varies with the method of ingestion and the amount of salvinorin A absorbed.

Traditional methods

Mazatec shamans crush the leaves to extract leaf juices from about 20 to 80 or more fresh leaves (i.e. about 50–200 g or 2–7 oz). They usually mix these juices with water to create an infusion or 'tea' which they drink to induce visions in ritual healing ceremonies.[21]

Chewing and swallowing a large number of fresh leaves is the other Mazatec method.[62][63] Oral consumption of the leaf makes the effects come on more slowly, over a period of 10 to 20 minutes. The experience, from the onset of effects, lasts from about 30 minutes up to one and a half hours.[64]

Doses for chewing vastly exceed doses used for smoking. By calculating the concentrations per leaf ("an average concentration of 2.45 mg per gram" of leaf),[65] the average weight per leaf ("about 50 g" per 20 leaves, or 2.5 g/leaf),[66] and the standard dose for chewing (about 8–28 leaves),[62] the doses can range from about 50 mg to 172 mg.

Modern methods

Modern methods of ingestion include smoking or chewing the leaf, or using a tincture, as described in the following sections.

A pile of brownish-dark green dried leaf pieces, with a ruler for measurement. The pieces are generally round with diameters of 1 to 4 mm. Some pieces are rectangular, about 1 to 3 mm wide and 3 to 8 mm long.
0.5 g. of 25x S. divinorumextract.

Salvia divinorum is becoming more widely known and used in modern culture. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health, an annual US based survey sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), for 2006 estimated that about 1.8 million persons aged 12 or older had used Salvia divinorum in their lifetime, of which approximately 750,000 had done so in that year.[67] The following year, 2007, saw the annual figure rise from 750,000 to 1 million US users.[68]

Smoking

Dry leaves can be smoked in a pipe, or through the use of a water pipe to cool the smoke.[69] The temperature required to release salvinorin from the plant material is quite high (about 240 °C). A cooler flame will work, but the direct application of a more intense flame, such as that of a torch lighter, is often preferred.[69]

Some find that untreated dry leaf produces unnoticeable or only light effects.[62] Concentrated preparations or extracts which may be smoked in place of untreated leaves, have become widely available. This enhanced (or "fortified") leaf is described by a number followed by an x (e.g. 5x, 10x), the multiplicative factors being generally indicative of the relative amounts of leaf concentrate, though there is no accepted standard for these claims. Other sources may use a system of color codes to form their own standards of potency; for example, "green", "yellow", and "red."

These grades of potency may be roughly indicative of the relative concentration of the active principle, (salvinorin A), but the measure should not be taken as absolute. Overall extract potency will depend on the (naturally varying) strength of the untreated leaf used in preparing the extract, as well as the efficiency of the extraction process itself. Extracts reduce the overall amount of inhalations needed to ingest a given amount of active principle, thus facilitating more powerful experiences.[70]

If salvia is smoked, then the main effects are experienced quickly. The most intense 'peak' is reached within a minute or so and lasts for 1–5 minutes, followed by a gradual tapering off. At 5–10 minutes, less intense yet still noticeable effects typically persist, giving way to a returning sense of the everyday and familiar until back to baseline after about 15 to 20 minutes.[64]

Quid chewing

The traditional method of chewing the leaves has continued in modern use. However, salvinorin A is generally considered to be inactive when orally ingested, as salvinorin A is effectively deactivated by the gastrointestinal system.[71] Therefore, in what's understood to be a modern innovation, the 'quid' of leaves is held in the mouth as long as possible in order to facilitate absorption of the active constituents through the oral mucosa.[34] 'Quid' refers to the fact that at the end of this method the user spits out the leaves rather than swallowing them because ingesting the leaves has no known effect. Chewing consumes more of the plant than smoking, and produces a longer-lasting experience.

Using a tincture

Less commonly, some may ingest salvia in the form of a tincture. This is administered sublingually, usually with the aid of a glass dropper. It may be taken diluted with water just before use, which may slightly reduce the intensity of its effects, but can also serve to lessen or avoid a stinging sensation in the mouth caused by the presence of alcohol. Tinctures vary in potency, and the effects can range from inducing a mild meditative state to bringing about a more intense hallucinatory one.[62]

When taken as a tincture the effects and duration are similar to other methods of oral ingestion, though they may be significantly more intense, depending on extract potency.[62]

Effects

See also: Salvinorin A § Pharmaceutical action

Aside from individual reported experiences, there has been a limited amount of published work summarising salvia divinorum effects. A survey of salvia users found that 38% described the effects as unique in comparison to other methods of altering consciousness. 23% said the effects were like yoga, meditation or trance.[72] Users have written prose about their experiences;[73][74] some describing their visions pictorially, and there exist examples of visionary art which are 'salvia-inspired'. Others claim musical inspiration from the plant.[74]

Safety

Dale Pendell expressed some concerns about the use of highly concentrated forms of salvia. In its natural form, salvia is more balanced and benevolent - and quite strong enough, he argues. High strength extracts on the other hand can show "a more precipitous, and more terrifying, face" and many who try it this way may never wish to repeat the experience.[75]

Vaporization

Ethnobotanist Daniel Siebert cautions that inhaling hot air can be irritating and potentially damaging to the lungs. Vapor produced by a heat gun needs to be cooled by running it through a water pipe or cooling chamber before inhalation.[76]

Research

An ABC news report said excitement over research into Salvia "could vanish overnight if the federal government criminalized the sale or possession of salvia, as the Drug Enforcement Agency [sic] is considering doing right now."[77] A proposed Schedule I classification would mean (among other things) that there is no "currently accepted medical use" as far as the United States government is concerned.[78] Scientists worry that such legislation would restrict further work.[79][80] Mendelsohn said scheduling salvia could scare away a great deal of research and development into salvia's therapeutic promise.[77]

Controversy

A rectangular plastic re-sealable zipper storage bag that appears to be approximately 10 by 15 centimeters. The bag has a white label and a large wavy orange stripe. The top of the label reads: "THE STANDARDIZED SALVIA DIVINORUM" in large letters and "STANDARDIZED 20X EXTRACT" in smaller letters immediately below. The bottom of the label reads "8 mg STANDARDIZED SALVINORIN-A EXTRACT" in small letters. Affixed to the bag is an orange price tag reading "SPECIAL $5.99."
Salvia extract as it is commonly sold in stores where it is legal.

The relatively recent emergence of Salvia divinorum in modern Western culture, in comparison to its long continuing traditions of indigenous use, contrasts widely differing attitudes on the subject.

Opinions range from veneration of the plant as a spiritual sacrament or "a gift from the gods",[21][81] to 'threat to society', to be banned as quickly as possible in order to "spare countless families the horror of losing a loved one to the relentless tentacles of drug abuse".[82]

Media coverage

Interest in Salvia divinorum has been escalating in the news media, particularly in the United States, where an increasing number of newspaper reports have been published and television news stories broadcast.[83]

These stories generally raise alarms over salvia's legal status, for example comparing it to LSD,[84][85][86] or describing it as "the new pot",[87] with parental concerns being raised by particular focus on salvia's use by younger teens.

Story headlines may also include 'danger' keywords, such as "Dangerous Herb is Legal..."[88] or "Deadly Dangers Of A Street Legal High".[89]

Mainstream news coverage and journalistic opinion has widely been negative on the subject. In a local news report aired on ABC affiliate WJLA in Washington, DC on July 11, 2007, the anchors are seen to exchange expressions of incredulity when referring to a salvia story with the following introduction "Now, an exclusive I-Team investigation of a hallucinogenic drug that has begun to sweep the nation. What might amaze you is that right now the federal government is doing nothing to stop it".[90]

In March 2008 a Texas news report aired with the story "A legal drug that teenagers are now using to get high could soon be banned here in San Antonio - all because of a Fox News 4 investigation", going on to say, "The drug is legal in Texas, at least for now. But a News 4 investigation could lead to a new ordinance to protect your kids."[91]

Many salvia media stories headline with comparisons to LSD. However, while LSD and salvinorin A may have comparative potencies, in the sense that both can produce their effects at low dosages, they are otherwise quite different. The two substances are not chemically similar or related, as salvinorin A is found naturally in a single plant while LSD is chemically semisynthesized from lysergamides like ergotamine. They are ingested in different ways and produce different effects, which manifest themselves over different timescales. For example, the effects of salvia when smoked typically last for only a few minutes as compared to LSD, whose effects can persist for 8–12 hours.[64][92]

Brett's law

Main article: Brett's law

A particular focus of many US media stories is the long-running coverage of the case of Brett Chidester,[90][93] a 17-year-old Delaware student who committed suicide in January 2006 by carbon monoxide poisoning.

Reportedly, some months before this, Brett's mother Kathleen Chidester had learned about his salvia use and questioned him about it. Brett said that he had ceased his experimentation, but his parents did not believe that he was telling the truth. They have instead argued that salvia-induced depression was largely to blame for his death. Some of Brett's earlier writings about his salvia experiences have been used to suggest that it made him think "existence in general is pointless." Some media stories have referred to these earlier written experience reports as if they were part of Brett's suicide note.[80][93] In any case, a law was soon passed in Delaware classifying the herb as a Schedule I controlled substance in that state. This legislation was nicknamed Brett's law (formally referred to as Senate bill 259).[94]

Although the Chidester story has been given continued exposure by US media, there has not been anywhere else, either before or since this controversial incident, any other reported cases involving or alleging Salvia divinorum as a serious factor in suicide, overdose, accidental, or any other kind of death. Regarding this, San Francisco attorney Alex Coolman has commented, "It's remarkable that Chidester's parents, and only Chidester's parents, continue to be cited over and over again by the mainstream media in their coverage of the supposed 'controversy' over the risks of Salvia divinorum."[95]

Kathleen Chidester has continued campaigning for "Schedule I"-like legislation beyond their home state of Delaware. For example, three years after Brett's death, in written testimony in support of Senator Richard Colburn's proposed Senate Bill to the Maryland State Legislature, saying, "My hope and goal is to have salvia regulated across the US. It's my son's legacy and I will not end my fight until this happens."[96]

Usage shown on YouTube

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A reported concern has been the emergence of YouTube videos showing alleged salvia users laughing uncontrollably, apparently unable to perform simple tasks or to communicate.[90][97] In an interview with California-based newspaper the San Francisco Chronicle, published in June 2007, Daniel Siebert said that the videos "make salvia look like some horrible drug that makes people nuts and dangerous ..." and that it stops people from realizing "there are sensible ways to use something like this."[98]

The New York Times has reported that "in state after state ... the YouTube videos have become Exhibit A in legislative efforts to regulate salvia."

Waco Representative Charles Anderson (R), who is sponsoring one of several bills to ban salvia in Texas,[nb 3] told colleagues at a legislative hearing about a video that depicts a salvia user behind the wheel of a car. "What we really worry about, is youngsters doing this and then getting in a vehicle or getting on a motorcycle or jumping in a pool somewhere."[99]

Michigan Representative Michael Sak (D) submitted a bill which proposed Schedule I classification of Salvia divinorum and salvinorin A.[100] He said that if people had questions about the deleterious effects of salvia, they should go on YouTube to watch the videos. A reporter questioned Sak as to whether he had ever seen a "Girls Gone Wild" video, and whether that would incite him to make alcohol illegal (Sak replied that he hadn't yet had a chance to review the material).[nb 4]

Nebraska Senator Vickie McDonald responded with "Anytime anything's on YouTube it's an issue," and "Legislators, parents, grandparents, we need to be on top of these things,"[103][104] McDonald proposed Schedule I listing Salvia divinorum as part of their Controlled Substances Act, under which possession of salvia would have been considered a Class IV felony with a penalty of up to five years and trafficking would have fallen under a Class III felony with up to a 20 year penalty.[104]

In Massachusetts, YouTube videos were shown by a retired police officer to public health and judiciary committees as evidence in favor of outlawing it there.[105]

The issue has been raised of whether the salvia videos are in breach of YouTube's own community guidelines, which ask users not to "cross the line" and post videos showing "bad stuff" like "drug abuse".[106] The question is considered as particularly problematical as the videos may be something of an enforcement grey area.[107]

Legal status

Main article: Legal status of Salvia divinorum

Many countries control Salvia divinorum in some manner.[13][108] As of 2015, it is illegal in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, South Korea, Sweden, and Switzerland. It is legal to possess and grow in Chile, France and Spain, but not to sell. In Russia, it is legal to possess, but not grow or sell. Estonia, Finland, Iceland, and Norway treat it as a medicinal herb that requires a prescription.[109]

The prohibitive degree of Salvia divinorum legislation varies widely from country to country. Australia has imposed its strictest 'schedule 9' (US Schedule I equivalent), and Italy has also placed salvia in its 'Table I' of controlled substances (also US Schedule I equivalent). In Spain, there are controls focusing only on the commercial trade of Salvia divinorum, personal cultivation (i.e. for non-commercial use) is not targeted.[109][108]

Legislation may prove difficult to enforce. The plant has a nondescript appearance; unlike many other drug plants, the leaves are non-descript, and without a detectable odour. Salvia divinorum can be grown as an ordinary houseplant without the need of special equipment such as hydroponics or high-power lights.[110][111][114]

United Kingdom

In the United Kingdom, following a local newspaper story in October 2005,[115] a parliamentary Early Day Motion was raised calling for Salvia divinorum to be banned there. However, it only received 11 signatures.[116] A second motion raised in October 2008 attracted 18 signatures,[117] and it was reported that Mann had also written to Jacqui Smith, then Home Secretary. The Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, the independent body that advises UK government on drugs, was asked to investigate further.[118]

On the 28 January 2016, the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016 was passed. The act came into force on 26 May 2016, across the entire United Kingdom, making S. divinorum illegal to possess with intent to supply, possess on custodial premises, import for human consumption, or produce for human consumption. The two sponsors for the bill were ConservativeHouse of Lords member Michael Bates and Conservative MPTheresa May.[119]

Australia

Salvia divinorum is considered a Schedule 9 prohibited plant in Australia under the Poisons Standard (October 2015).[120] A schedule 9 drug is outlined in the Poisons Act 1964 as "Substances which may be abused or misused, the manufacture, possession, sale or use of which should be prohibited by law except when required for medical or scientific research, or for analytical, teaching or training purposes with approval of the CEO."[121]

United States

Main article: Legal status of Salvia divinorum in the United States

National legislation for amendment of the Controlled Substances Act to place salvinorin A and Salvia divinorum in Schedule I at the federal level in the United States was proposed in 2002 by Representative Joe Baca (D- California). Those opposed to bill HR 5607 include Daniel Siebert, who sent a letter to Congress arguing against the proposed legislation,[122] and the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics (CCLE), who sent key members of the US Congress a report on Salvia divinorum and its active principle,[16] along with letters from an array of scientists who expressed concern that scheduling Salvia divinorum would negatively impact important research on the plant. The bill did not pass.[123][124][125]

Although salvia is not regulated under the Controlled Substances Act, as of 2009, it had been made illegal in 13 states.[126][127] Delaware banned it after salvia use was reported to have played a role in the suicide of a teenager.[127] Alabama, Delaware, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Texas, and other states have passed their own laws.[13][128][129] Several other states have proposed legislation against salvia, including Alaska, California, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and Pennsylvania. Many of these proposals have not made it into law, with motions having failed, stalled or otherwise died, for example at committee review stages.[109][108]

Where individual state legislation does exist, it varies from state to state in its prohibitive degree.[109]

Legal consequences may also exist even in states without bans on salvia in particular. Christian Firoz, a Nebraska store owner, was charged for selling salvia, but not under the auspices of any specific law against Salvia divinorum. Firoz was instead charged under a general Nebraskan statute where it is illegal to sell a product to induce an intoxicated condition. See also the legal status of salvia in North Dakota and Nebraska.

Salvia divinorum has been banned by various branches of the U.S. military and some military bases.[130][131][132][133]

Internet sale

Some internet vendors will not sell live salvia cuttings, leaf, or leaf products to states where its use is restricted or prohibited.[134] Per their drugs and drug paraphernelia policy, eBay does not permit sale of Salvia divinorum or derived products (despite legality in most areas).[135]

Opinions and arguments

Main article: Legal status of Salvia divinorum § Opinions and arguments

Concerns expressed by some politicians on the subject of salvia reflect those of the media, with comparisons to LSD and particular focus on "protecting our children" being echoed;[84][136][137] and with legislative proposals following soon after news stories breaking.[88][91][138][139][140]

Some arguments against salvia have been of a preventative nature, "We need to stop this before it gets to be a huge problem not after it gets to be a huge problem,"[141] or of an imitative nature, "The Australians have clearly found a problem with it. There's obviously a risk in people taking it."[115] Concerns about driving while under the influence of salvia have also been expressed.[142][143]

Opponents of more prohibitive measures against salvia argue that such reactions are largely due to an inherent prejudice and a particular cultural bias rather than any actual balance of evidence, pointing out inconsistencies in attitudes toward other more toxic and addictive drugs such as alcohol and nicotine.[144][nb 5][nb 6] While not objecting to some form of legal control, in particular with regard to the sale to minors or sale of enhanced high-strength extracts, most salvia proponents otherwise argue against stricter legislation.[109]

Those advocating consideration of Salvia divinorum's potential for beneficial use in a modern context argue that more could be learned from Mazatec culture, where salvia is not really associated with notions of drug taking at all and it is rather considered as a spiritual sacrament. In light of this it is argued that Salvia divinorum could be better understood more positively as an entheogen rather than pejoratively as a hallucinogen.[149][nb 7]

Public opinion

Despite its growing notoriety in some circles, media stories generally suggest that the public at large are still mostly unaware of salvia, with the majority perhaps having never even heard of it.[93]

Although published responses may not necessarily be representative of public opinion as a whole, some news agencies generally support reader and viewer feedback in connection with their stories.[82][84][91][93][153]

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The video platform said it was enforcing its terms of service, one week after the singer was convicted on federal racketeering and sex trafficking charges.

A week after R. Kelly’s conviction on federal racketeering and sex trafficking charges, YouTube has deleted two of the R&B star’s official video channels, but is not banning his music entirely.

The two channels — RKellyTV and the singer’s Vevo account, which hosted his music videos — were removed on Tuesday in what YouTube, owned by Google, said was an enforcement of its terms of service.

“We can confirm that we have terminated two channels linked to R. Kelly in accordance with our creator responsibility guidelines,” Ivy Choi, a YouTube spokesperson, said in a statement.

According to YouTube’s guidelines, it may shut down the channels of people accused of very serious offenses if they have been convicted of or pleaded guilty to crimes, and if their content is closely related to those crimes.

On Tuesday, a news report in Bloomberg quoted an internal memo by Nicole Alston, YouTube’s head of legal, which said, “Egregious actions committed by R. Kelly warrant penalties beyond standard enforcement measures due to a potential to cause widespread harm.”

In the past, YouTube has removed the channels of creators like Austin Jones, who made popular a cappella videos and in 2019 pleaded guilty to having underage girls send him sexually explicit videos.

YouTube’s stance may be the first significant action taken by a major tech platform to remove Kelly’s content. But it is not a total ban. Kelly’s music is still allowed on YouTube through user-generated content, like cover versions of his songs, and on Kelly’s “topic” page, which allows streaming of his recordings while a static image of his album artwork is displayed.

And Kelly’s music remains fully available on YouTube Music, a separate streaming platform that competes more directly with audio outlets like Spotify and Apple Music. Last month, Google said that there are 50 million subscribers to YouTube Music and YouTube Premium, which allows viewers to skip ads on videos.

When asked why Kelly’s music remains available on YouTube Music, and why that platform has different creator responsibility guidelines, a YouTube spokesperson said only: “Our creator responsibility guidelines are enforced for channels that are linked to the creator. This is consistent with how we’ve enforced our policies in the past.”

The answer may lie in the historical roots of YouTube as a platform for individual creators, who often operate without a corporate intermediary like a record company, and thus maintain more direct control over their video channels. But for most major recording artists, like Kelly, their record companies supply their music videos to YouTube through Vevo, which is jointly owned by Google and the major record companies.

In 2018, Spotify briefly instituted a policy banning the promotion of artists — including Kelly — whose personal conduct was deemed “hateful.” The policy was rescinded after objections in the music industry that it was vague and seemed to inordinately affect artists of color.

Since then, there has been little attempt to police the content of musicians accused of serious misconduct, to the dismay of many activists. Kelly’s music remains widely available on other major streaming platforms like Apple Music, Spotify and Amazon Music, and has been included on hundreds of official playlists on those services. On Spotify, Kelly’s songs have recently drawn an average of about five million streams each month.

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Downtown Planters

Glad we have gotten your attention!

We have several large cement planters throughout downtown Park Forest that aim to appeal to your senses. See, taste, and smell all that they have to offer!

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These planters contain native plants, perennials, and edibles. Many planters and pots you may encounter at parks and various establishments have annuals that are mainly for aesthetics and last for one season. The majority of the plants in these planters will last for multiple seasons. These plants are more resilient and require less watering and maintenance. They also support pollinators, like bees and butterflies.  Did you know 1 out of every 3 bites of food exist because of pollinators?

All of the plants in the planters can be found at Possibility Place Nursery and Woldhuis Farms.

What are native plants?

Native plants are naturally occurring plants that have existed in an specific area or region for thousands of years without human intervention. Native plants support other local species that are unique to the area. These species provide many important ecological services, such as providing food and shelter for local species, aiding in the pollination of other plants, mitigating the risk of flooding, improving our air and water quality, and storing carbon to reverse climate change.

Below are some examples of native (perennial) plants:

Anise HyssopButterfly WeedDwarf Liatris
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June Grass

Tall Thimbleweed

Wild Strawberry

june grasstall thimbleweedwild strawberry

What are perennials?

Perennials are plants that grow back every year. They die back in the fall or winter, but their roots survive and grow back the following season. 

Below are some example of a perennial plants:

Lamb's EarSedum
lambs earsedum

What are annuals?

Annuals are plants that complete their life cycle in one growing season. For example, the seeds of the plant are planted in the spring, the plant grows, flowers, releases seeds, and dies after the frosts in the fall.

Marigold is an example of an annual plant:

marigold

Do you know what these foods in the planters look like in plant form? Taste them to find out!

ArugulaEnglish ThymeOregano
arugulaEnglish ThymeItalian Oregano Cropped
BasilBright Lights Swiss ChardCilantro
basilbright lights swiss chardcilantro
Garlic ChivesItalian ParsleyRosemary
garlic chivesparsleyrosemary
SageWild Strawberry
sagewild strawberry

Can we eat the edibles?

Yes! Absolutely!

How do we harvest the edibles? Here are some basic tips for harvesting:

  1. Take a pair of scissors and snip the outer leaves. 
  2. Make sure to leave at least half of the leaves on the plant, so that the plant can grow back more leaves for harvesting.

Need more tips for harvesting? Check out these short videos:

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Peep and the Big Wide World: Peep Plants a Seed

Looking for creative ways to teach the plant life cycle? These fun and free activities include videos, hands-on experiments, printables, and more. Kids of all ages will learn about the cycle, and how they can help plants grow and thrive.

1. Read The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle

Eric Carle’s The Tiny Seed is the perfect way to introduce the plant life cycle to little ones. Listen to it for storytime, then use the book as a springboard to further activities.

2. Start with an anchor chart

Anchor chart showing the life cycle and parts of a plant

Have your students help you create an anchor chart of the plant life cycle, then post it in your classroom for reference as you do some hands-on learning.

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3. Let SciShow inspire a lesson

We love SciShow! If you need a strong video to kick off a lesson about seeds or the plant life cycle, this is a good place to start.

4. See it grow in slow-mo

Check out this time-lapse video, showing the fabulous details of how a plant’s root system grows quickly over the course of a few days. After this, kids will definitely want to see it happen for themselves!

5. Spin a plant life cycle plate

Printable worksheet showing the plant life cycle in a circle

Grab the free printables and watch this video to learn how to turn them into an interactive learning tool with paper plates.

Learn more: Plant Life Cycle Printables

6. Germinate in a jar

Bean seeds growing in a mason jar full of wet paper towels

This is one of those classic plant life cycle activities every kid should try. Grow a bean seed in wet paper towels up against the side of a glass jar. Students will be able to see the roots form, the sprout take off, and the seedling reach for the sky!

Learn more: How Wee Learn

7. Build a sprout house

Paper house with plastic bag window containing bean seeds, labeled My Little Sprout House (Plant Life Cycle)

This is another cute idea for watching seeds sprout. For this one, all you need is a sunny window (no soil required).

Learn more: Playdough to Plato

8. Sort sprouted seeds

Young student sorting sprouted seeds according to the part of the plant life cycle they've reached

As your seeds begin to grow, sort and draw the various stages. Little ones can learn simple vocab like root, sprout, and seedling. Older students can tackle advanced terms like cotyledon, monocot, and dicot.

Learn more: Montessori Nature

9. Learn whether plants really need light

Two bean seeds grown in wet paper towels in clear glasses, one grown in light and the other in darkness

Most plants need light to grow and thrive. Prove that fact for yourself with this simple experiment.

Learn more: Life At The Zoo

10. Create living art with cress

Watercress grown in two round jars filled with wet cotton, with faces drawn on the jars. Text reads Growing Cress!

Watercress is fun to watch because it grows very quickly on damp cotton. Try growing it as “hair,” or sow the seeds to create patterns or letters.

Learn more: The Imagination Tree

11. Sprout sweet potatoes

Sweet potato suspended in a jar of water by toothpicks, with roots and sprouts growing from it (Plant Life Cycle)

Not every plant needs seeds to reproduce! Grow a sweet potato to learn about a different kind of plant life cycle.

Learn more: Pre-K Pages

12. Find out why seeds have coats

Two plates of sprouted seeds, one with seed coats removed

Seed coats provide protection, but what happens if you remove them? Go hands-on and find out in this interesting experiment.

Learn more: Gift of Curiosity

13. Sculpt the plant life cycle in clay

Can’t grow a plant yourself? Sculpt one from clay instead! Watch this Claymation video for inspiration, then pull out the Play-Doh and get to work!

14. Don’t forget about pollinators!

Students wearing pipe cleaner bees on their fingers over a plate of cheese powder

Seed-bearing plants require pollination, often helped along by insects like bees and butterflies. This pipe cleaner activity shows little ones how pollination works.

Learn more: Pollinators/Around the Kampfire

15. Explode a seed pod

Students exploding a balloon full of seeds and sand

Plants that rely on seeds as part of their life cycle need to ensure they spread far and wide. Some plants even have exploding seed pods that help the process along! Learn about them in this cool activity.

Learn more: Seed Pods/Around the Kampfire

16. Display a life cycle bulletin board

3-D bulletin board showing the plant life cycle with paper flowers

We love how clean and easy-to-understand this plant life cycle bulletin board is. And those colorful flowers are a fantastic touch!

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17. Wear a plant life cycle hat

Young student wearing a paper hat showing the plant life cycle

Get some practice sequencing as you cut out and paste together this sweet little topper. Kids will love wearing it as they learn.

Learn more: Herding Kats in Kindergarten

18. Fold a flower flipbook

Collage of flower life cycle flap book images

The petals of this free printable flower unfold to reveal the stages of a plant’s life cycle. So clever!

Learn more: Teaching Momster/Teachers Pay Teachers

19. Diagram paper plants with shredded soil

Paper flower with center divided to show the life cycle of a plant

This plant life cycle diagram uses paper shreds for soil, a cupcake liner for the flower, and more smart little details that kids will really appreciate.

Learn more: Cara Carroll

20. Try a digital flipbook

Digital plant life cycle flipbook screenshot with printed version of book too

Learning online? This free digital activity includes a printable version for kids to complete at home, but it can also be completed virtually to save paper.

Learn more: Conversations in Literacy

21. Sequence a sunflower story

Sunflower flipbook with plant life cycle sentences to sequence

Tell the story of a sunflower life cycle with this free printable activity. Cut out the sunflower petals, stem, and center flaps from construction paper, then put the sentences in order and attach them to each flap.

Learn more: Kroger’s Kindergarten

22. Regrow kitchen scraps

Plants growing from veggie scraps like lettuce and carrots

Here’s another project showing that not every plant needs seeds. Save kitchen scraps and try regrowing them, with or without soil.

Learn more: A Piece of Rainbow

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Most plants need outside help in moving pollen, such as wind or insects like bees and butterflies. Students will be able to see the roots form, the sprout take off, and the seedling reach for the sky! Plant Life Cycles and Reproduction. BrainPOP; BrainPOP Educators; BrainPOP ELL; BrainPOP Español; BrainPOP Français; BrainPOP Jr. 00. This cookie sheet activity includes both the color and black and white copies so that the color copy can be used as a cookie sheet activity and the black and white copy can be used as a worksheet. In the life cycle of gymnosperms, the dominant sporophyte phase alternates with the short gametophyte phase. A passage and related questions about plant life cycles. Their fruits dry out and explode to shoot out the seeds. My mom is watering the plants in the garden. Biomes. NGSS Life Science is a curriculum community for middle school and high school science teachers. Aimed at primary learners, this resource provides a lesson which looks at the life-cycles of plants and animals looking at several examples including human, frog and poppy. Teacher Tools Teacher Resources Sequence Game Growing Gardens Plant Science Kindergarten Science Garden Theme Growing Flowers Life Cycles. Interactive Cannabis Life Cycle. Plant Life Cycle Game Play This Game Live Now Join Live Game as a Player. com lesson, students learn the purpose of each part of a plant and how the different parts work. Life Cycles, Frog, Pumpkin, Apple, Sunflower, Plant, Ant, Butterfly, Watermelon Salmon and Sea Turtle that you can paste onto painted paper Get a learning boost with thousands of worksheets, games, lesson plans, and more from our library of printable and digital resources for preschoolThe life cycle of a flowering plant. The four stages of the life cycle of a plant | Plant Life Cycle Jessica Gamblin | Earth Science Got it! This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website More info This game is about types of the plants and parts of the plant | Types of plants Shilpi raizada | Plants - Learn about the life cycle of plants. Exploring Nature Science Education Resource - Life Science, Earth Science, and Physical Science Resources for Students and Teachers K-12 Plant Life Cycle Activity (K-3) Logged in as Bingbot Click here to login as a teacher. The sense of taste. Plant Life Cycle Activity Pack. Show your preschoolers the life cycle and talk about the different stages in the cycle. More Life Cycles links ->. StudyJams: Kingdom of Life; StudyJams: Plants; Pollination Video (Screen Cast) Photosynthesis Rap (YouTube) Food Chain Song (YouTube) Helping Plants Grow Game; Plant Life Cycles (MI-High Game) Video- Why are plants important? (National Geographic) Dr. Bean Plant Life Cycle Models Set This educational four-piece set is excellent for the study and demonstration of life cycles. Though mostly water, the cytosol is full of proteins that control cell metabolism including signal transduction pathways, glycolysis, intracellular receptors, and transcription factors. The unit allows students to investigate germination, growth, pollination, and seed production. Life Cycles: Butterflies, Frogs, and Plants. The game is all about triggers, events, and cause and effect relationships. These are plants that require two years to complete their life cycle. Each life cycle is illustrated and has both a written and voice over description. (K-3) BrainPOP Science Variety of Games. Here is a second printable for plant structure and functions. Move to the next level to melt the snow and return the water to the ocean. Hands-on — lead students in the doing of science and engineering. Xylem Tubes - The tubes that carry Key definitions for a plant life cycle Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. The main stages of development in each of these organisms are highlighted and the length of each compared. vi A collection of downloadable worksheets, exercises and activities to teach The life cycle, shared by English language teachers. Seedling - its first leaves make food 4. Crow pauses your farming plant until it goes away. Trouble Playing This Game? Advertisement | Go Ad-Free! SIMILAR GAMES. Water the plant. The _____ contains endosperm for seeds to germinate into seedling. The harvest times for most produce Mar 05, 2021 · The Life Cycle of an Angiosperm. Children are fascinated about the life cycle of a frog. Description: Students act out the life cycle of a plant. You will need to use 1 scarecrow to scare the crow away. This first life cycle stage (product development) encompasses everything leading up to the product’s launch, from ideation to building and refining the product. 3rd - 4th grade. Plants are one of six big groups (kingdoms) of living things. Flowering plants are a type of vascular plant that produces flowers in order to reproduce. Sunflower Life Cycle PowerPoint 18. Complete this page in your packet (or print from Virtual Growing beanstalks is a fun way to engage children in nature study and adds a cross-curriculum element to a Jack and the Beanstalk theme. In addition to all of these fun, interactive activities for a life cycles for preschool unit there are several online games that kids will love playing. Then it goes dormant or rests over the winter. Time lapse of a lady beetle - YouTube. Classification based on Life Cycle. Figure 1: Diagram of the tomato life cycle. The Sunflower Try this amazing Plant And Animal Life Cycles quiz which has been attempted 6009 times by avid quiz takers. After that, further growth starts and the plants reaches maturity where it pollinates and gives seeds so that its species Plants and Animals. This stage of the life cycle comes after seedling. Edit. Your Account. Lessons. The ancient Egyptians studied the life cycle of insects and understood the part that insects and Aristotle recorded his observations of plants and animals, and his successor, Theophrastus, wrote I became unpredictable and ag gressive, this became a bit of a game, then a habit, and in the endWhat is the life cycle of an Android activity? Why are so many similar sounding methods (onCreate(), onStart(), onResume()) called during initialization, and so many others (onPause(), onStop(), onDestroy()) called at the end? When are these methods called, and how should they be usedPlanting Unit: Plant Life Cycle. These parts, including the stamen, pistil, and ovary, work together to make seeds through the process of fertilization. The Great Plant Escape is an elemertary plant science program for 4th and 5th grade students. From Seed to Fruit takes children through the different stages of growth in the life of a cherry tomato plant. Secondary Stem - A stem that grows out from the main stem and holds the leaves. Life Cycles 5b lesson outline Once the new plant has roots, it is time for it to start growing bigger and stronger and to get on with the cycle of life…the plant’s cycle of life, that is. Start with an anchor chart. Plant Life. Fast Plants will produce harvestable seeds approximately 40 days after planting. For animals, it is a bit different. Light is important for this process to occur, as this is where the plant gets its energy. This stage of the life cycle produces flowers. Simply print two copies and play! Let your student match the picture of the butterfly life cycle with a word

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