"Plants and Animals: Partners in Pollination": Ultimately, all life on Earth depends on plants to provide food, shelter, and oxygen for other living things. Consequently, plant reproduction is crucial to all other life on this planet. The first step in plant reproduction is the intricate process called pollination, which occurs when pollen grains, the male germ cell of a plant, reach the stigma, the female reproductive part of the same species of plant.
Keywords: stamen, pistil, ovary, dissection, reproduction, sexual, asexualThis product includes two versions of a flower reproduction lab. One version is a more traditional lab, and the other is slightly more open-ended, or inquiry based. Both versions
Learning about Pollination - use juice boxes to make flowers, students drink nectar, eat cheetos without wiping hands for pollen, go to other flowers, and the "pollen" will stick - From Second Grade Shenanigans