Lesson 1 - Main Parts of a Plant
Lesson 2 - Roots & Stems
Lesson 3 - Groups of Plants
Lesson 4 - Ways that Seeds Get Spread
Lesson 5 - Plants Then & Now
This part of a green plant makes food for the plant by making a kind of sugar.
What is the leaf?
This part of the plant is below the ground, holds the plant in place, and take in water and minerals from the soil.
What are the roots?
Flowering and non-flowering plants (how plants make seeds).
What are different ways to group plants?
4 ways that plants get spread.
What are wind, water, carried by animals, and eaten by animals?
The remains or mark of a living thing from long ago.
What is a fossil?
These 3 things are very important to plants because they help the plant survive.
What are water, sun, and oxygen?
Many plants such as carrots and dandelions have this large part which grows DEEP into the soil. It stores food for the plant.
What is a taproot?
Flowering (deciduous) plants make seeds or pollen and get _______ by bees and butterflies.
What is pollinated?
In the plant life cycle, this provides food for the tiny plant growing in the seed coat.
What is the seed leaf?
Plants or animals that lived or died a long time ago are this.
What is extinct?
The Gas that is produced by plants. Also produced when humans and animals breathe out.
What is carbon dioxide?
These are some examples of roots that we eat.
What are beets, carrots, radishes, and turnips?
Pines, firs, spruce, and hemlock are all types of this type of tree.
What is coniferous?
In the plant life cycle, seeds need these to germinate or start growing.
What is air, the right amount of water, and the right amount of sunlight?
The type of fossil that is made when the parts of a plant form into rock over millions of years.
What is a petrified rock?
The four main parts of a plant.
What are leaves, stem, roots, and flower/fruit?
This part holds up the plant's leaves, flowers, and fruits. It has tubes that carry the food, water, and minerals from the roots to the leaves and flowers.
What is the stem?
Two types of cones on a coniferous tree that make different types of pollen.
What are pollen cones & large seed cones?
Two ways that animals spread seeds.
What are: *eating fruit and disposing the seeds AND *Carrying the seeds on their fur
Plant fossils tell scientists that these types of plants had no flowers or cones.
What are extinct plants?
Texture on the bottom of some plant leaves in dry climates to help keep water in the leaves which helps the plants stay alive.
What is a waxy coating?
This part of the cactus serves as a special kind of leaf for the plant and help protect it.
What are the spines?
Scaly, stiff parts cover the seeds on a large seed cone to do this.
What is protect the seeds?
The last step in the plant life cycle where the plants produce new seeds and the cycle starts all over again.
What is an adult plant with seeds?
Magnolia plants from the past used to have cones and keep their leaves all year long. But now they are ______.
What is deciduous?
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