I am attaching my bingo sheet.
I had originally posted my plant bingo on July 17 bit somehow it got missed and wasnt graded so im posting again
For my plant bingo I chose to visit the North Pole Flood Control area and see what I could find that would fill out my sheet! I was able to find almost everything except porate anther dehiscence but I found an example of longitudinal dehiscence to replace it with.
found almost everything! some of it i was able to use from assignments from my other classes, im in a photography class and drawing class and a metal smithing class so it was fun to see the overlaps/
This was a fun way to learn the different terms. I am sure my family got a kick out of me muttering “oh boy this one isn’t the right example.” Then running back outside to find the right one. I ended up using my laptop screen as the bingo card, …
By far one of the coolest assignments! I really appreciate being able to take new vocabulary and seeing it refkected in the world around me- and being able to see it all reflected just in my front yard . (Guest curator Freya in the second photo)
This exercise was great because it really got me out of my comfort zone of plant morphology knowledge! Finding physical examples for these all new terms was really conducive to my understanding of the terms. It helped me discern different parts of flowers and this was a highly valuable activity …
There were a few terms I couldn’t find, so I just replaced them with a few I thought were interesting and in my yard! This was really fun seeing all of the different plants I have in my yard. I had my finance and mom out looking with me!