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Day-by-Day Unit Overview

Day 1:
Standard 3.L.5
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
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Day 2:
Standard 3.L.5
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
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Day 3:
Standard 3.L.5
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
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Introduction to Plant Growth


The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and
changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to take a quiz and pass it with an eighty-five percent
accuracy on a video about plants.
What do plants need to survive?
The students will decorate, cut, and attach their Plant Growth Lapbook cover to
their Lapbook
The students will watch the video: Magic School Bus: Gets Planted (Episode
36)
The students will take a quiz on the episode they just watched
The students will take a quiz based on the Magic School Bus video
What Plants Need
The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and
changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to make a prediction about how fast the class plant
will grow and how tall they believe it will grow.
What do plants need to survive?
The students will color, write, cut, and paste the Needs of Plants Pyramid into
their lapbooks
The students will underline the important information in their Plant Growth &
Survival books
The students will plant a tulip bulb into a clear vase
The students will write about planting the bulb and make a prediction on how
fast they think it will take until the plant grows. They will also write about their
predictions (using a graph) on how tall they think the plant will grow.
Parts of the Plant
The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and
changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to complete a quick check worksheet and complete it
with an eighty-five percent accuracy.
What are the different parts of the plant and their purposes/functions of each
part?
The students and the teacher will do the Parts of a Plant Fold-it in the
lapbooks
The students will underline key information in their Survival books
The students will look, and write in their journals what they notice about the
plant being grown in class
The students will write in their journals about their observations of the class
plant

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Day 4:

The students will do a Quick Check on parts of the plant.


All About Seeds

The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and


changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to complete a worksheet on seeds with an eighty-five
Objective
percent accuracy.
EQ
What is dissemination?
The students will fill-out the All About Seeds Flipbook and attach it to their
Lapbooks
Activities
The students and the teacher will underline key information in their survival
books
Using their Survival books, the students will fill-out a worksheet on seeds
Assessment
The students will write in their journal their observations about the plant in the
classroom
Standard 3.L.5

Day 5:
Standard 3.L.5
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
Objective
EQ
Activities

Assessment
Day 6:
Standard 3.L.5
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
Objective
EQ
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Life Cycle of Plants


The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and
changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to complete a sequencing worksheet with a ninetythree percent accuracy.
What is the life cycle of a plant?
The students will cut, color, write, and attach the Plant Life Cycle Fold-It in
their lapbooks
The teacher and the students will discuss what they have observed the past five
days on the class plant
The students will fill in a worksheet based on sequencing.
The students will write their observations about the class plant
Plants and Their Food
The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and
changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to pass a quiz on photosynthesis with a ninety-three
percent accuracy
What is photosynthesis?
The students and the teacher will color, write, cut, and attach the
Photosynthesis Petal Book to their lapbooks
The students and the teacher will underline key information in their Survival
books
The students will take the Photosynthesis Quick Check Quiz (pg. 55)
The students will write their observations of the class plant in their journals

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Day 7:
Standard 3.L.5
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
Objective
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Day 8:
Standard 3.L.5
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
Objective
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Day 9:
Standard 3.L.5
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
Objective
EQ
Activities
Assessment

Plant Survival and Adaptation


The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and
changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to take a quiz on plant survival with ninety-three
percent accuracy.
What does it mean to adapt to an environment?
The students and the teacher will do the Plants and the Environment Trifold
Book in their lapbook
The students and the teacher will underline key information in their survival
books
The teacher will make a PowerPoint on the six regions of SC and the plants that
can be found in each region
The students will fill out and return the Plant Survival Quick Check quiz (p.
57)
The students will fill out a worksheet on each of the six regions plants.
The students will write about their observations of the class plant in their
journals
Plants and Their Life on Earth
The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and
changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to fill out a worksheet on the plants life with an
eighty-five percent accuracy using their lapbooks.
What purposes do plants serve?
The students and the teacher will underline key information in page 11 of the
students Survival book
The students will fill out a worksheet based on the Plants Life on Earth
The students will write their observations in their journal
Soil
The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and
changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to complete a quick check worksheet with a eightyfive percent accuracy.
What are the differences between humus, sand, clay, topsoil, and loam?
The students and the teacher will review types of soil grown in SC
The students will do the Types of Soil Shutterfold in their lapbooks
The students and the teacher will underline key information in their Survival
Books
The students will complete a Quick Check worksheet on the different types of

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soil.
The students will write about their observations of the in class plant
Day 10:
Standard 3.L.5
Indicator 3.L.5A.2
Objective
EQ

Activities

Assessment

Review
The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the characteristics and
changes in environments and habitats affect the diversity of organisms.
Develop and use a food chain model to classify organisms as producers,
consumers, and decomposers and to describe how organisms obtain energy.
The students will be able to work together in teams to answer the jeopardy
questions.
Why are plants so important to our survival?
The students and the teacher will review their lapbooks
The teacher will show a time lapse video of a Pea Shoot or Root Growth
The students and the teacher will discuss the students observation journals
The teacher will have the students work in teams to answer questions from a
jeopardy game.
The students will write their final observation of the plant and if their
predictions were correct or not and why they think they were right or wrong.
The students will work together in teams to answer questions from a jeopardy
game.
The teacher will use a check-list to assess the students team work and
understanding during the jeopardy game.