Flower Dissection!

Date: 12th May 2022 @ 2:21pm

As part of our 'Living things and their habitats' Sciene topic, we look at the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction in flowers. The children need to know the parts of a flower to enable them to fully understand what is happening inside a flower.

Today, we took the opportunity to dissect astromerias and tulips. It was fascinating to see the different parts of a flower close up and to actually see the ovary with new seeds inside! The children thoroughly enjoyed this science lesson. They were able to confidently label the parts of their real flower too!

 

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