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Green plants are the only plants that produce oxygen and
make food, which is called photosynthesis. Explore how the plant's structures
function and the adaptations plants have to carry out photosynthesis in
different environments. Discover some interesting adaptations while testing
your knowledge in a Jeopardy style game. 

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About This Program


By Request: $150.00

Fee: Regular price: $150
Canadian schools and groups will pay in Canadian dollars (CAD).
American and other international schools and groups will pay in US dollars (USD)
* HST/GST will be added for CDN schools where applicable.
* International (including US) and Indigenous schools are tax exempt.
Invoices are emailed out at the end of the month that the program happens. If you need it sooner, please let the provider know.
Payment: Cheque/ check, credit card or e-transfer


45 -60 minutes for Grades 6 - 9

Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Homeschool/Family , Learning PodPublic Library: Library Patrons

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Primary Disciplines


Program Delivery Mode

Videoconference – Webcam/desktop (Zoom, Google Meet, Cisco WebEx, GoToMeeting, Microsoft Teams, etc...)
Google Hang Out
Microsoft Teams

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For more information contact CILC at (507) 388-3672

Provider's Cancellation Policy

We will not charge for programs cancelled due to nature i.e. snow days. The full fee will be charged to sites which cancel with less than 48 hours notice.

About This Provider

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Royal Botanical Gardens (Canada)

Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Royal Botanical Gardens is a living museum which serves local, regional and global communities while developing and promoting public understanding of the relationship between the plant world, humanity and the rest of nature.

Education at Royal Botanical Gardens encourages environmental stewardship by providing meaningful and diverse learning experiences that connect people with the wild and cultivated plant world. 
With over 15 years experience delivering engaging interactive videoconferencing programs, we offer topics that explore biodiversity, conservation, botany, plant ecology and the environment. Whether you are looking for an insect program; a program exploring wetlands, their functions and human impacts or you want to discover more about a delicious chocolate treat; we have a wide variety of plant-based programs to support and enhance your classroom needs or stimulate and entertain older adults. 
No matter where you are, your group can interact with our educators and scientists.

Karin Davidson-Taylor
905-527-1158 x249

Program Details


Photosynthesis Jeopardy style game:
1. Get students into groups or each student can work on their own.
2. Rules will be explained.
3. A student will choose a topic (Plant Parts/ Plant Functions/ Photosynthesis) and value.
4. Anyone in the class can answer. If related to an experiment, we'll take the time to explore further and make a connection.
4. Time is allowed for questions and answers.


The participant will:
1. - explore the connection between plant parts/structures and functions
2. - engage in discussions with group members to decide on an answer
3. - gain an appreciation of the impact of different environments and climate change have on plants

Standards Alignment

National Standards

NS9-12:C. Life Science:
As a result of activities in Grades 9-12, all students should develop understanding of:
The Cell
Matter, energy and organization in living systems
The behaviour of organisms

State Standards

Biology 11 C: Plant structure and physiology
• Describe the structure and physiology of plant tissues
Biology 11 U: Plants: Anatomy, Growth and Functions
• Describe the major processes and mechanisms by which plants grow, develop, and supply various products, including energy and nutrition
• Demonstrate and understanding, based in part on their own investigations, of the connections among the factors that affect the growth of plants and the ways in which plants adapt to their environment.