Science KS1 / KS2: The anatomy of the flower

This film introduces the anatomy of the flower, including the receptacle, sepals, nectaries, carpel, stigma, style, ovary, stamen and petals.

By describing the functions of each organ in a simple, scientific and entertaining manner, it allows the students to get a full overview of the flower.

This is from the series: Ivy's plant shop

Teacher Notes

You could get students to draw diagrams of a flower and label each part, including a short description of their function.

Curriculum Notes

This film will be relevant for teaching Science/Biology at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 in England, Wales and Early and 1st and 2nd Level in Scotland.

Also at Foundation, KS1 and KS2 in Northern Ireland.

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