Plant Dissections

Pine Family (Spruce Tree) — https://www.thinglink.com/scene/1737054264770954084 Umbellifer Family (Cow Parsnip) — https://www.thinglink.com/scene/1737259996376204132 Fuchsia Family (Fuchsia hybrida) — https://www.thinglink.com/scene/1737310186911040356 Olive Family (Common Lilac) — https://www.thinglink.com/scene/1737352445949903716

plant dissections

Attached below are my 4 plant dissections! I focused mostly on edible/medicinal plants found in Alaska because that is why I took this class, but I have learned so many useful things this summer and can’t wait to put the knowledge to use in my future adventures.

Bingo- Emily Camp

Attached below is my attempt at the bingo! I ran around for hours looking for 3 of the bingo spaces from the provided bingo sheet and couldn’t find them, so I replaced them with some cool examples I found from our vocabulary. This was shockingly fun and helped me understand …

Plant Dissections

https://www.thinglink.com/user/1736632438475456998 Make dissections of specimens from four different plant families. Document your work with images (select at least 3 vegetative and 3 reproductive characters from each specimen and take photos): Fabaceae (legume family): Big-leaved Lupine Lupinus polyphyllus Habitat: open areas such as fields, slopes, along the road and other disturbed …

Anyone want to join Alaska Science Teachers Association?

We have a website that we struggle to keep updated because our membership has dwindled through pandemic and general teacher overload. http://aksta.org Every one of you who chose to learn more about our “backyards” over the summer models the kind of motivation ASTA would love to support. Check out the …

Plant Bingo

I enjoyed this “game” and really felt like I was on firmer ground vocab-wise by time I got it together to fill the card. Needle was from Sitka spruce. (Spring tradition down here is collecting the tips of new growth to trade at our brewery for beer. Connation was fused …