Survival through Adaptation
Survival through Adaptation helps students develop their scientific literacy skills and their sense of belonging in the natural world. The curriculum invites students to observe and make inferences about plants from rainforest, desert, and aquatic ecosystems.
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School Programs connection: Explore information and learning activation strategies related to The Huntington's school program Plant Needs!
Similarities and differences in plant-part patterns can help us make sense of the natural world. How can looking closely at plants help us understand our own environments?
Leaves have many different shapes, colors, and textures. What can we learn about the world by studying leaves?
Every living being needs water to survive. How does water affect the plant world?
Every living being needs food to survive. How do plants get their food?