The Structure        andLife Cycle of a Plant  Grade: Kindergarten    Subject: ScienceTeacher: Melissa Barrera
Objective: As a class, students will gain knowledge on the structure and life cycle of aplant using a power point presenta...
How do plants grow?• Life cycle shows how a  living thing grows,  changes, and  reproduces.
What do plants need to grow? •Water •Soil •Sun-All provide nutrients the plant needs to grow
Seed• Seed- a plant part that  holds the embryo.•Seed Coat - Protects the inside ofthe seed.•Embryo - the beginning of the...
More Seeds……
Germination• Germination - the  process of growing a  new plant from a  seed
Sprout-A sprout uses water and nutrientsfrom the soil along with sunlightand air to grow and change into a seedling.
Seedling• A seedling is a small  plant with a few leaves.
Adult Plant/Flower• Produces spores or  flowers• Flowers pollinate and  turn into a fruit with  seeds inside.
Pollination• When pollen from the  stamen moves to the  pistil, the flower  becomes pollinated.  This is how seeds are  cr...
Lets Watch…..                                           The                                                            Pla...
Parts of a plant•   Roots•   Stem                 Flower•   Leaf•   Flower / Fruit        Stem                        Leav...
Roots• The root holds the plant  in the ground• It absorbs water and  nutrients.
Stem• The stem supports the  leaves and the flowers.• Transports water and  nutrients to the plant  (flower).
Leaves• The leaf uses the energy  from the sun to create  food for the plant,  through a process called  photosynthesis.
Flower• The flower helps the  plant reproduce.• The flower creates and  carries the seed.
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  1. 1. The Structure andLife Cycle of a Plant Grade: Kindergarten Subject: ScienceTeacher: Melissa Barrera
  2. 2. Objective: As a class, students will gain knowledge on the structure and life cycle of aplant using a power point presentation. Students will understand that plants have a lifecycle that includes sprouting; developing roots, stems, leaves, and flowers; reproducing;and eventually dying.TEKS:(10) Organisms and environments. The student knows that organisms resemble theirparents and have structures and processes that help them survive within theirenvironments. The student is expected to: (B) identify parts of plants such as roots, stem, and leaves (D) observe changes that are part of a simple life cycle of a plant: seed, seedling, plant,flower, and fruit.
  3. 3. How do plants grow?• Life cycle shows how a living thing grows, changes, and reproduces.
  4. 4. What do plants need to grow? •Water •Soil •Sun-All provide nutrients the plant needs to grow
  5. 5. Seed• Seed- a plant part that holds the embryo.•Seed Coat - Protects the inside ofthe seed.•Embryo - the beginning of thenew plant.•Stored Food - a plant uses storedfood until it grows leaves that canmake food.
  6. 6. More Seeds……
  7. 7. Germination• Germination - the process of growing a new plant from a seed
  8. 8. Sprout-A sprout uses water and nutrientsfrom the soil along with sunlightand air to grow and change into a seedling.
  9. 9. Seedling• A seedling is a small plant with a few leaves.
  10. 10. Adult Plant/Flower• Produces spores or flowers• Flowers pollinate and turn into a fruit with seeds inside.
  11. 11. Pollination• When pollen from the stamen moves to the pistil, the flower becomes pollinated. This is how seeds are created.• Wind• Insects (bees)• Birds
  12. 12. Lets Watch….. The Plant Life Cyclehttp://www.ket.org/education/video/kevsc/kevsc_000003.htm
  13. 13. Parts of a plant• Roots• Stem Flower• Leaf• Flower / Fruit Stem Leaves Root
  14. 14. Roots• The root holds the plant in the ground• It absorbs water and nutrients.
  15. 15. Stem• The stem supports the leaves and the flowers.• Transports water and nutrients to the plant (flower).
  16. 16. Leaves• The leaf uses the energy from the sun to create food for the plant, through a process called photosynthesis.
  17. 17. Flower• The flower helps the plant reproduce.• The flower creates and carries the seed.
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