Seed Dispersal

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Seed Dispersal

KS2 Science Teaching Resource – Seed Dispersal.

Year 3 science programme of study - Plants:

  • explore the part that flowers play in the life cycle of flowering plants, including pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal

 

 

This KS2 science teaching resource has been designed to introduce pupils to the topic of seed disperal. 'Seed Disperal' is an ideal teaching aid to use during a lesson covering the year 3 science curriculum objective listed above.

This handy 25 slide PowerPoint presentation is a great introduction to the subject, explaining the four methods of seed dispersal (wind, animals, water, explosion). It includes a class quiz to check understanding.

'Seed Disperal' is completely editable so teachers are able to adapt the resource to suit their individual teaching needs.

Preview 'Seed Dispersal' by clicking on the images from the PowerPoint.

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