Lifecycle of a plant-TES
Resource Graphics of the main parts of plant life cycle. Pictures of different flowers on a PowerPoint.
Plants- Display
Display Plant display material from Teacher's Pet
Plants- Display
Display Display resources from Instant Display
Plant Life cycle- Video
Video Fun BBC Bitesize : MI High Agent, we need your help to stop the dangerous Hogweed plant from spreading.
Plant Lifecycles
Resource Plant life cycle interactive from Crickweb.
Instant display
Display Helping plants to grow well- display materials from Instant Display      
How plants produce seeds-BBC video
  Video Plants produce flowers to make seeds. To make a seed a flower must be pollinated. Pollen from the male part of one flower travels to the female part of another flower where the seeds are made.    
Green plants Growth and Nutrition-BBC Video
  Video BBC Learning Zone – Class clips Green plants Growth and Nutrition    
Plants- Everyschool
Website Plants from Everyschool    
Top Marks
Website Plants and Animals from TopMarks    
Helping plants to grow well
Website Kent Trust Web -Helping plants to grow well    
Hamilton Trust- free planning- Plants
Website Hamilton trust planning; Study the parts of flowering plants and their functions, the conditions affecting plant growth and plants as living things. Investigate how water is transported in plants. Describe plant life cycles, in particular how seeds are formed, dispersed and germinate.    
BBC Schools Science Clips -Plant life cycles
Website BBC Schools Science Clips -Plant life cycles    
Helping Plants to grow well-BBC Schools Science Clips
Website BBC Schools Science Clips -Helping Plants to grow well    
BBC Schools Science Clips- Plants and animals in the local environment
Website BBC Schools Science Clips- Plants and animals in the local environment
Growing plants interactive
Website BBC Schools Science Clips - Growing plants interactive
TES- resources for plants
Website TES Connect- Resources for Green plants; huge selection of resources from the TES.
Different parts of a plant- interactive
Resource An interactive presentation, suitable for Key Stage 2 (8-11 year olds) describing the different parts of a plant.  
Plants -TES PowerPoints
  Lesson TES- A selection of interactive whiteboard PowerPoints, medium term planning and worksheets
Hamilton Trust planning- Photosynthesis
Lesson TES- Photosynthesis by Hamilton Trust
Plant life cycles-TES lesson
Lesson TES- Year 5 Lifecycles of plants - lesson plan
Plants, animals and microbes- full scheme of work for Upper KS2.
Lesson TES- Plants, animals and microbes- full scheme of work for Upper KS2.
Lifecycle of a plant- Planning from Hamilton Trust
Lesson TES- Lifecycle of a plant- Planning from Hamilton Trust
Green plants planning
Lesson TES- Green plants planning from Hamilton Trust- Years 3 and 4
Lifecycle of a plant-TES
Resource Graphics of the main parts of plant life cycle. Pictures of different flowers on a PowerPoint.
Plants- Display
Display Plant display material from Teacher's Pet
Plants- Display
Display Display resources from Instant Display
Plant Life cycle- Video
Video Fun BBC Bitesize : MI High Agent, we need your help to stop the dangerous Hogweed plant from spreading.
Plant Lifecycles
Resource Plant life cycle interactive from Crickweb.
Instant display
Display Helping plants to grow well- display materials from Instant Display      
How plants produce seeds-BBC video
  Video Plants produce flowers to make seeds. To make a seed a flower must be pollinated. Pollen from the male part of one flower travels to the female part of another flower where the seeds are made.    
Green plants Growth and Nutrition-BBC Video
  Video BBC Learning Zone – Class clips Green plants Growth and Nutrition    
Plants- Everyschool
Website Plants from Everyschool    
Top Marks
Website Plants and Animals from TopMarks    
Helping plants to grow well
Website Kent Trust Web -Helping plants to grow well    
Hamilton Trust- free planning- Plants
Website Hamilton trust planning; Study the parts of flowering plants and their functions, the conditions affecting plant growth and plants as living things. Investigate how water is transported in plants. Describe plant life cycles, in particular how seeds are formed, dispersed and germinate.