The lesson will review the life cycle for plants from seeds to adult plants to explain that through seed dispersal and pollination new plants are formed. Students will learn that seeds can be dispersed in different ways; wind, water, animals, and people. They will view several examples in writing, videos, and pictures. After learning about seed dispersal, students will listen to a read-aloud of the story “Seeds Move” and jot down additional examples of specific seeds and how they are dispersed. Lastly, the lesson will also review the definition of pollen and how pollination creates new flowers. They will learn about different pollinators such as birds, bees, and bats and the reasons why they are attracted to flowers and great pollinators.