1st Grade Science
Can rice plants talk?
What is a Mallard? Where do ducks like to live? What do ducks need to live?
What happens to rice at the mill?
2nd Grade Science
Biology: What is rice?
Botany: How does the rice plant grow in water?
Ecology: What machines does the farmer use to grow his crop?
Ecology: How do rice farmers get the water needed to grow rice?
Ecology: How do rice farmers make good use of the land they use for planting rice?
Biology: How do rice farmers grow rice?
Biology: How is rice harvested?
3rd Grade Science
Ecology: What do rice farmers do with rice straw that is left in the field after harvest?
Biology: What have rice farmers done to get more rice from the land they farm?
Botany: What happens to the rice plant in the final stage of its development?
Botany: What is the second phase in the growth of the rice plant?
Botany: What are the growing stages of the rice plant?
Ecology: What are rice farmers doing to help the environment with their water-filled rice fields?
Biology: Why is climate important to growing rice?
4th Grade Science
Botany: How is irrigation of rice different from irrigation of other crops?
Botany: How does the U.S. compare with the rest of the world in rice consumption?
Ecology: Amphibians, birds, and mammals have found homes in rice fields or paddies. Why has this happened?
5th Grade Science
Botany: What are the types of rice?
Ecology: Why are rice fields suitable habitats for birds?
Biology: Why do geese fly south for the winter? Why are rice fields great winter homes for them?
6th Grade Science
Botany: Why does rice grow better in water?
Biology: How does a grass seedling grow to a rice plant? And how does it develop grains that are ready for processing?
Ecology: How does rice develop from a seed to ripened grain? Is it grown the same way as any other plant?
Biology: How is combining fish farming and rice farming beneficial?
Kindergarten Grade Science
There are currently no lesson plans for Kindergarten grade Science
Baldo is actually a type of specialty rice grown right here in the U.S. Other types include basmati, jasmine and arborio.
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