Plant Dissection

The year 6 children revised the parts of flowering plants through dissection in their science lesson this week. They were encouraged to look in detail at the parts of a tulip and a daffodil using a hand lens and discovered that tulips and daffodils are “perfect flowers” because they have both male and female organs. As they dissected and identified each part we discussed their functions. It was a super atmosphere in the classroom-lots of fun and lots of learning.

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