qHands-on learning is 'learning by doing'. It requires students to become active participants as they investigate, experiment, design, create, role-play, cook and more, gaining an understanding of essential scientific concepts from these experiments. Hands-on learning motivates students and engages them in their learning. Instead of being told 'why' something occurs, they see it for themselves, directly observing science in action.q -- P. iii.Give each group one of these life cycle labels: seed, germinated seed, seed with first root and first shoot, seedling, flowering plant, fruiting plant, and an A4 sheet of blank paper. ac Each group is responsible for drawing a diagram to show theanbsp;...
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