What parts of a plant do you know?
"I can identify the parts of a plant and their functions."
Draw a picture of a plant you have seen. Make sure you use different colors.
Plants are made up of roots, stems, leaves, flowers and fruits. Roots absorb water and nutrients from the soil. Leaves convert sunlight into food for the plant. Flowers are responsible for reproduction; making new plants. The stem help keep the plant up and send water, food, nutirents to the whole plant. Fruits protect the seeds!
Parts of a Plant
Work together in pairs: Q: What are the parts of a plant?
Work together in pairs: Q: What is the job of the stem of a plant?
A: The stem of a plant helps to support the leaves and flowers and to transport water and nutrients throughout the plant.
Brain break: Create a drawing of a magical creature that lives in your garden. Include as many details as possible, such as the creature's size, color, and any unique features or abilities it might have. Be creative and have fun!
What is the part of a plant that is responsible for taking in sunlight and making food?
What is the part of a plant that helps keep it balanced and upright?
What parts of a plant help it absorb water and nutrients from the soil?
What is the part of a plant that helps it reproduce?