Show seed structure and how they germinate!
Plant seeds are adapted to enable new plants to grow and survive. They contain the embryo, food source and are protected by a tough seed coat. This model shows the structure of a bean seed and then looks at what happens when germination begins.
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Perfect for use in class or for distance learning at home!
Your students begin by making their models of a bean seed. They use it to look at the structure of a bean seed. Then they make their seed germinate and learn what it needs to germinate and how the seedling changes as it grows.
Covers: seed coat (testa), food source (cotyledons), embryo, shoot (plumule), root (radicle), hole for water (micropyle) and scar (hilum).
Includes full colour Powerpoint class presentation!
Takes just 30 minutes! Dimensions (apple): 10cm x 5cm / 4in x 2in .
Download includes: instructions, colour & mono model templates, and Powerpoint file
All you need: paper, scissors and tape.
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