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ANIMAL REPRODUCTION WORKSHEET

ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION
Title: Asexual Reproduction
Objectives:
1. Determine how some animals reproduce offspring of their own kind.
2. Describe the product of asexual reproduction.
Materials:
galvanized wire and clay, scissors, scotch tape, Manila paper
Directions:
1. Using a thin wire describe the different modes of asexual reproduction namely:
binary fission, budding and regeneration of some animals.
2. Mount and label your work on the box provided.
Suggested Organisms/Animals: bacterium, starfish, hydra

Name of Organism Binary Name of Organism Budding Name of Organism Regeneration


___________________ Fission ___________________ ___________________
_

Guide Questions:
1. How does a bacterium reproduce its own kind? ____________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
2. Which of the following animals can reproduce through
budding?___________________________________________________________________
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3. What type of asexual reproduction does starfish undergo? ____________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
4. How many parent animal is needed in asexual reproduction? __________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
5. How would you describe the offspring of bacterium, hydra and starfish that undergoes
asexual reproduction? _________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Generalization:
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ANIMAL REPRODUCTION WORKSHEET
SEXUAL REPRODUCTION
Title: Sexual Reproduction
Objectives:
1. Determine how animals reproduce their own kind.
2. Describe the offspring of animals that undergo sexual reproduction.
Directions:
1. Match the parent animals in column A to their offspring in column B.
2. Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided.
Column A Column B

1. ________ A.

2. B.

3. C.

4. D.

5. E.

Guide Questions:
1. How many parents are needed to reproduce offspring in sexual reproduction?
_______________________________________________________________________
2. How would you describe the appearance of the offspring compared to their parents?
_______________________________________________________________________
Generalization:
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ANIMAL REPRODUCTION WORKSHEET
ASEXUAL and SEXUAL REPRODUCTION
Title: Mode of Reproduction in Animals
Objectives:
1. Identify organisms that undergo sexual and asexual reproduction.
2. Create an organizer showing examples of animals that undergo sexual and asexual
reproduction.
Directions:
1. Study the different organisms below.
2. Group these animals and create an organizer showing how they reproduce their own kind.

Starfish

Amoeba
Bacteria

Hydra

Organizer

Guide Questions:
1. How many groups of animals were you able to form?
________________________________________________________________________
2. Which animals undergo sexual reproduction?
________________________________________________________________________
3. How about asexual reproduction?
________________________________________________________________________
4. How did you group these animals?
________________________________________________________________________
Generalization:
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ANIMAL REPRODUCTION WORKSHEET
EGG HUNTING

Title: Oviparous and Viviparous


Objectives:
1. Identify animals that are hatched from eggs and born alive.
2. Describe animals that are oviparous and viviparous.
Direction:
Choose and write the names of the animals inside the box that hatched from eggs.

Mosquito Dog Butterfly Frog Cat

Questions:

1. Which animals are hatched from eggs? ______________________________________________


_________________________________________________________________________________

2. Which animals are born alive? _________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________

3. What do you call the animals that are hatched from eggs? ___________________________

__________________________________________________________________________

4. What do you call the animals that are born alive? __________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

Generalization:

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PLANT REPRODUCTION WORKSHEET
REPRODUCTION OF NON-FLOWERING PLANT

Title: Reproduction of Fern and Moss plants (non-flowering plants)


Objectives:
1. Identify the mode of reproduction of non-flowering plants.
2. Name the parts involved in the reproduction of non-flowering plants.
Directions:
1. Look and study the illustrations below.
2. Identify and encircle the egg cell, sperm cell, and spore parts of the fern and moss
plant and answer the guide questions below.

Picture 1 Picture 2

Spores

Spores

Egg
cell

Sperm

Egg cell

Fern Plant Moss Plant

Guide Questions:

1. Based on the illustration above, what do fern and moss use in reproduction? _____________

____________________________________________________________________________

2. What do spores release? _______________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________

3. Do fern and moss plant undergo sexual reproduction? _______________________________

Why? ______________________________________________________________________

Generalization:

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PLANT REPRODUCTION WORKSHEET
PLANT REPRODUCTION
Title: Reproductive Parts of Flowering and Non-Flowering Plants
Objectives:
1. Identify the mode of reproduction of the flowering plants and non-flowering plants.
2. Name the parts involved in reproduction.
Materials:
Katakataka plant, fern, mongo seed, fern, oregano
crayon, pen, magnifying lens, , Manila paper
Directions:
1. Using magnifying lens, look at the part of the potato, fern, mongo seed and oregano
where new plant or shoot will grow or where reproduction begins.
2. Draw and label the parts where the shoot/new plant will grow in the box provided below.
Fern
Fern Plant

Katakataka

Katakataka Plant

Oregano

Oregano

Mongo
Mongo Seed

Guide Questions:
1. What part of the fern is use for reproduction? ______________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
2. What mode of reproduction in plants make use of spores and seed? ____________________
___________________________________________________________________________
3. How does katakataka reproduce? ________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
4. What mode of reproduction in plant make use of stem and leaves? _____________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Generalization:
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FOR HYDRA OR ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION
1. https://www.slideshare.net/jcott5/asexual-reproduction-12686418
2. https://www.boundless.com/biology/textbooks/boundless-biology-textbook/plant-reproduction-
32/asexual-reproduction-191/asexual-reproduction-in-plants-728-11957/
3. https://www.boundless.com
4. https://prezi.com/dmk0kxxibwmr/mosses-and-ferns/

FOR MOSS
1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcWYAnmm-QE
2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihj3UfSxRqA
3. http://bryophytes.science.oregonstate.edu/page3.htm Reading
4. http://moss-notes.blogspot.com/2013/01/asexual-reproductionvegetative.html Reading

For FERN
1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aJqQj4TMSk
2. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/method-reproduction-ferns-74716.html (asexual reproduction of
fern)
3. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/identify-ferns-77504.html (asexual reproduction of fern)

For POTATO
1.https://www.ndsu.edu/pubweb/chiwonlee/plsc368/student/papers06/carina%20de%20luca/carinade
luca.htm\
2. http://www2.ca.uky.edu/agc/pubs/ho/ho96/ho96.pdf

For ONION
http://veggieharvest.com/vegetables/onion.html ????

For MONGO
1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pB4ASdELBbQ
2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ycl2E9r-_o
3. http://www.gardenguides.com/98365-life-cycle-mung-bean.html (READING)

For GUMAMELA
1. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/hibiscus-reproduce-45096.html
2. Difference between MOSS and ALGAE
3. https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-moss-and-algae
Vascular and non vascularplant
4. http://study.com/academy/lesson/nonvascular-plants-examples-definition-characteristics.html

REFERENCE FOR K to 12 MODULE


https://www.slideshare.net/lhoralight/k-to-12-grade-5-learners-material-in-science-q1q4

Reading to Learn: Asexual Reproduction


http://smithscience7.weebly.com/uploads/1/3/4/0/13402369/asexualreproductionwkst.pdf