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Flowers. Stem. Roots. Leaves. Seeds. The Parts of a Plant. Flowers. Stem. Roots. Leaves. Seeds. Flowers. The flower helps the plant produce its seed. The color and fragrance attract insects that pollinate the plant so it can make seeds. Flowers. Stem. Roots. Leaves. Seeds. Stem.

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The parts of a plant

Flowers

Stem

Roots

Leaves

Seeds

The Parts of a Plant


Flowers

Flowers

Stem

Roots

Leaves

Seeds

Flowers

The flower helps the plant produce its seed. The color and fragrance attract insects that pollinate the plant so it can make seeds.


The parts of a plant

Flowers

Stem

Roots

Leaves

Seeds

Stem

The stems carry the water and nutrients that were brought up by the roots to the leaves. It also provides support for the plant allowing the leaves to reach the sunlight.


Roots

Flowers

Stem

Roots

Leaves

Seeds

Roots

Roots take nutrients and water from the soil up to the plant. They also help support the plant by anchoring it in the ground.


Leaves

Flowers

Stem

Roots

Leaves

Seeds

Leaves

The leaves provide the food for the plant. It uses the nutrients and water along with sunlight to perform photosynthesis. Photosynthesis makes the food for the plant and oxygen for other life forms.


Seeds

Flowers

Stem

Roots

Leaves

Seeds

Seeds

The seed allows the plant to reproduce. They are often found inside the fruit of the plant. Every seed is a tiny plant with leaves, stems, and roots just waiting to germinate and grow.


Self test

Self-test

What is the flower’s purpose?

A. Provides support for the plant

B. Attracts insects to pollinate the plant

C. To give off Oxygen to other life forms


What do the roots of a plant do

Great Job!!!!!!

What do the roots of a plant do?

A. Perform photosynthesis

B. Produce the seeds

C. Carry water and nutrients from the soil.


You re correct

You’re correct!

What do the leaves do for the plant?

A. Perform photosynthesis

B.Give the plant support

C. Produce the seeds


Sources

Sources

  • Teacher’s guide for the great plant escape

    http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/tg/index.html

  • Eyewitness Plant Book

    Burnie, David and Andrew McRobb, Plant. New York: Knopf, 1989

    Pictures from Great Plant Escape Websight http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/tg/index.html


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