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This topic introduces pupils to the basic parts of a flowering plant - the root, stem, leaf and flower. The 6 'Plants for Primary Pupils' booklets were written in conjunction with the Field Studies Council, and copies were sent out to all UK state primary schools. Science and Plants for Schools and the Field Studies Council are grateful for permission to include the following copyright photographs and artwork.


Members of the Writing Group: Anne Bebbington (FSC), Colin Bielby (Manchester Metropolitan University), Janette Kean (Learning and Teaching Scotland), Ruth Thomas (Cavendish School) and Erica Clark (SAPS, editor).
This topic introduces pupils to the basic parts of a flowering plant, with a range of fun activities to reinforce pupil learning.
It provides a range of activities that include growing plants from seed (inside or outside the classroom), ways of making simple models of a plant and card games that are fun but at the same time reinforce pupil learning and help them to be ready to move on to the next stage.


We are grateful to the following who reviewed the text and activities during the development of this booklet: Rosemary Boaz, Mary Haworth, Judy Vincent, Paul Warwick.



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