3rd grade-Ch. 1 Lesson 3 How are plants grouped?
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  • 1. Ch. 1 Lesson 3 How are plants grouped?
  • 2. Plants are grouped by the kinds of parts they have.
  • 3. flowering plants
      • grow flowers that make seeds & fruit
    grass apple tree cactus
  • 4. grasses
      • have long narrow leaves
      • do not have woody stems
      • grow back from roots each spring
    trillium
  • 5. deciduous trees
      • lose their leaves in fall
      • seeds form in flowers
    dogwood tree
  • 6. Temperate Deciduous Forest [01:39]
  • 7.  
  • 8. pollinate
      • to move pollen so a seed can form
  • 9. Bees pollinate flowers when they move pollen to the flower part that makes seeds.
  • 10. After a flower is pollinated, seeds form near the center. A fruit often grows to surround and protect the seeds.
  • 11. coniferous trees
      • do not lose all their leaves
  • 12. coniferous trees
      • grow 2 kinds of cones instead of flowers
      • small pollen cones
      • large seed cones
  • 13. coniferous trees
  • 14.  
  • 15. Plants are grouped by the kinds of parts they have.
  • 16. flowering plants
      • grow flowers that make seeds & fruit
    grass apple tree cactus
  • 17. grasses
      • have long narrow leaves
      • do not have woody stems
      • grow back from roots each spring
    trillium
  • 18. pollinate
      • to move pollen so a seed can form
  • 19. How do bees pollinate flowers? By moving pollen to the flower part that makes seeds.
  • 20. After a flower is pollinated, seeds form near the center. ______ often grows to surround and protect the seeds. A fruit
  • 21. coniferous trees
      • do not lose all their leaves
      • grow 2 kinds of cones instead of flowers
      • pollen cones-small
      • seed cones-large
  • 22. deciduous trees
      • lose their leaves in fall
      • seeds form in flowers
    dogwood tree
  • 23.  
  • 24.  
  • 25.  
  • 26.  
  • 27. lose their leaves in fall seeds form in flowers
  • 28. lose their leaves in fall seeds form in flowers
  • 29. dogwood tree
  • 30. dogwood tree
  • 31. grow cones instead of flowers
  • 32. grow cones instead of flowers