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What Do You Know About Plants? Visit these websites to help you become plant experts!
Making Plants Work What are the parts of a plant? What do plants need in order to grow properly? What is the best place to put a plant?
Busy Parts of the Plant Besides making your garden colorful, what is the flower’s duty? How do green leafs make sugar? Name two things that the stem must do? How does the root help the plant?
How Do They Do That? What is pollination? Why is it important in the life of plants? How do plants get pollinated?
By: Tatyana Mavigliano. Root Stem Leaves Flower.
How Plants Live and Grow What Do Roots, Stems, and Leaves Do?
Plants By: Mrs. Jarrell. What does a plant need? Water Sunlight Fresh air Soil Space Love.
Plant Parts Let’s Look at a Plant… Let’s name the parts of this plant: flower leaf stem What important part cannot be seen?
Plant Growth There are many different types of plants. Some big Some small.
Photosynthesis. In this activity you will: Learn about the process of photosynthesis Write a paragraph describing how plants use photosynthesis to live.
Plants and How They Grow. All living things on earth can be separated into groups. and animalsplantsTwo groups are:
Plant Parts First Grade Bettie F. Williams Elementary.
Plant Parts By Mrs. Hicks. Lets Look at a Plant… Lets name the parts of this plant: flower leaf stem What important part cannot be seen?
Plants are living things. They are born, grow, reproduce and die. All plants need air, light and water to live.
Parts of a plant Click on the plant part to learn more. When done, click on picture. Roots Stem Leaves Flower.
Leaves plant stem roots JIR-A plant has
By: Group 4 Fifth Grade. ROOTS Roots hold a plant in the ground. They take in water and minerals from the soil. The roots of a plant are underground,
We explore the soil from the school garden. There are worms in the soil.
Thursday 3/7. Agenda Agenda: – Finish/Discuss Station Lab (Due today) – Begin Biomes Chart (Due Fri 3/8) – You will need your computer or paper.
PLANTS AND TREES Plants and trees are living things…. This is a plant This is a tree.
Life Science-Plants Part 1 of 2 Mrs. Delaup Ms. Martinez Abney Elementary.
Plant Unit Notecards. Why are plants important? Provide food Provide shelter Used in healing ointments Make the world beautiful Give us oxygen!
Photosynthesis Write On Fourth Grade. Learner Expectation Content Standard: 3.0 Food Production and Energy for Life The student will study the basic parts.
By Ellen Stafford 8814 – Section1 Table of Contents What We Will Learn KWL Chart on Plants Examples of Plants Parts of a Plant Parts of a Plant Activity.
Pond Plants. Water Lilies Water lilies can grow in water as shallow as 15 cm and as deep as 4.5 m. shallow waterdeep water.
Planting a Rainbow A First Grade STEM Project. Challenge Your group will design and build a rainbow flower garden.
Putting It All Together How Plant Parts Help The Plant Meet Its Basic Needs.
The process of converting sunlight into chemical energy. Photosynthesis.
Identifying leaves Parts of a plant A closer look.
What is the Leaf’s Job? The leaf is the main food-making part of the plant. Think of the leaf as a factory that makes food, or sugar, for the plant.
Scoreboard X O Click Here if X Wins Click Here if O Wins.
Plants By: Fatima, Faris, & Mawada. What is a plant? Plants begin to grow under ground and they grow in different shapes, colors, and sizes.
Plant Life Cycle Presented by Claude Trouillot. Plants Let’s learn something about plants! Now, let’s study about the plant parts and their functions.
Parts of a Plant (Plant Vocabulary) and Photosynthesis Parts of a plant.
Parts of Plants. Parts of a Plant Flower Leaves Stem Roots Stem: Stems hold plants upright so they can obtain sunlight. Stems also carry food and water.
Photosynthesis The Way plants make their own food.
What are the functions of the major structures found in plants? ESSENTIAL QUESTION.
Petals are important for a plant because they are what attract bees, birds and insects to the plant that will help it pollinate. Pollinate-when pollen.
Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is the process by which plants make their own food.
1.Food in form of sugar – used for energy 2. Glucose, light, water, air, suitable temperature, minerals 3. Food = energy minerals = healthy development.
The Life Cycle of a Plant Ms. Finney Rm Life Cycle of a Plant Video life-cycle.html
Quiz Plants. 1. Name 4 main parts of a plant and their function. Roots: take up water and minerals Stem: takes water from roots to leaves and gives stability.
Plant Parts. Public Parts flower leaf stem What important part cannot be seen?
Plant Life Cycle Review Science SOL 3.8. Do You Remember? §See how much you remember about plants. §Try to answer the questions before the answer appears.
PLANTS. SC Each plant or animal has structures that serve different functions in growth, survival, and reproduction.
PLANTS GRADE 1 Turning Point Quiz. What part of a plant gets water and minerals from the soil Leaves.
By: Sydney and Deanna. Plant Needs A plant needs water, sunlight, soil, space, and air.
Living Organisms-Plants Lesson 3. Are plants living or non living? Plants are living (biotic) things.
CHAPTER 1 LESSON 5 Food Making. Words to Know Photosynthesis- the process by which plants produce food. Chlorophyll- the green matter in plants that.
GARDENING. WHY IS GARDENING IMPORTANT? Teaches you how to grow your own food Teaches you about plants and animals Teaches you about responsibility and.
Plant Basic Needs. Core Content Biological Science SC Students will: compare the different structures and functions of plants and animals.
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1.What do roots do? -hold the plant in the soil carry the water and minerals.
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