The lesson will explain that a seed can be thought of as a baby plant. If it has water, sunlight, and soil, a seed can grow into a tree, flower, fruit, or vegetable. Students will learn that a seed grows roots, sprouts, and then breaks through the soil and grows into a plant. Then, they will watch a video of a sunflower seed growing into a plant and share their observations. Using their prior knowledge, students will try to identify apple, sunflower, and dandelion seeds and match the seeds with the adult plants. Students will watch another video and observe how acorns grow into oak trees. They will view a few more examples and try to match the seed with the adult plant. Students will be given the opportunity to brainstorm other examples of seeds that turn into plants.