In this botany unit study, investigate the development and anatomy of fruits and compare and contrast different fruit types! Learn how scientists and botanists classify the types of fleshy fruits: Drupes, pomes, berries, hesperidia, pepos, aggregates, and multiple fruits!
Age group: My units are ideal for learners of a variety of ages including mixed-age group classrooms and homeschool. This unit is best suited to late elementary through early high school.
Materials Included (43 PDF pages total)
•Intro to fruits activity and instructor guide
•Fruit growth diagram and blank student sheet
•About fruit anatomy & brainstorm activity
•Fruit types classroom poster
•Fruit types info cards
•Fruit types three part cards
•Flashcard activities guide
•Flowchart activity guide
•Scientist-defined fruit types flowchart poster
•7 fruit anatomy posters (1 per fruit type)
•7 fruit anatomy blank student sheets
•Flower and fruit vocab list
•Flower direction lab directions, student worksheets, and instructor guide
•Peach and apple model activity guide and templates
+ Fruit bonus online materials:
•Additional fruit printables and activities, background info, reference websites, and more! – click here.
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