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Ch1 plant life cycle

Lesson 1 to lesson 4

Flowers Parts of plants that make seeds.
pollen A sticky powder inside flowers. It helps flowers make seeds.
fruit A plant part that keeps seeds safe and helps them grow. We eat them, too.
seeds Parts of plants that grow into new plants
life cycle Steps that show how a living thing grows, changes, and makes new living things.
Roots Hold plant in the ground and take up water.
Leaves use light to make food
Desert plants store water in their thick stems
large leaves help take in sunlight
Plants that live in DRY places have what kind of roots? Long roots to find water
Plants that live in wet places may have what? roots above ground so they don't get too much water.
How do humans and animals use roots? Eat them, such as beets and carrots
How do flowers make seeds? Pollen moves to a different part of flower, flower gets bigger and flower falls off. A fruit has grown. The fruit protects the seeds inside.
How does pollen move? Animals, such as birds and bees, move pollen to other plants. Wind and water, too.
How do seeds look? They are different sizes and shapes. They have covers to protect them, such as a pod.
How do seeds move? Animals eat fruit and poop it out. They bury seeds and it can stick to fur. Wind and water move seeds, too.
How are plants like their parents? Sunflower seeds grow to become sunflowers. Parts, such as petals, flowers, and leaves, are the mostly the same.
What is a life cycle? Plants follow the same life cycle as their parents. Time of cycle is different in different plants.
How do plants change to get what they want? Flowers, stems, leaves, and roots may move to get light, water, or soil.
What traits help plants live in their environments? Each plants has different things about them that help them live and survive. Mimosa plant curls it leaves, cactus has spines.
Created by: karinab