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Parts of a Plant    By Anisha Kansagra
Living Things• All living things grow and change.• All living things need food, water,  and air to live.
Nonliving Things• Nonliving things are not alive.• Nonliving things do not need food,  water, or air.
Plants must have these        things to grow.• Sunlight• Air• Water• Nutrients or minerals from the soil
When a seed has sunlight,      air, water, and nutrients     it will begin to germinate,           or start to grow.This y...
Parts of a Plant• Roots hold the plant in the soil and takes  in water and nutrients from the soil.
Parts of a Plant• The stem holds up the plant and  moves water and nutrients  through it.
Parts of a Plant• Leaves use light, air, water, and  nutrients to make food for the  plant.
Parts of a Plant• Flowers make fruits that hold  seeds.                 Flower
Parts of a Seed• Seed Coat     • Stored Food• Seed Leaf     • Developing Plant
The hard covering that protects the seed is the ... The part that looks like a leaf inside each seed is the ...
Seeds• Seeds are formed in the center part of  the flower or fruit.• Seeds come in many shapes and sizes.• Plants grow fro...
How Seeds Are Scattered• Planting• Animals• Water• Wind
How a Seed Grows into a New Plant• The life of a plant begins as a seed.• Once you plant and water a seed it begins to  ge...
Life Cycleof a Plant
Remember…When the small plant inside begins to grow,the seed germinates.The young plant that grows from a seed isthe seedl...
Let’s Review!•   What do all living things need to    live and grow?
1. All living things need _____.           food           water            air
2. Can you name the parts of    a plant?
2. The parts of a plant    are the _____.        roots        stem       leaves       flower
3. What do plants need      to grow?
3. Plants need ____ to live         and grow.             sunlight                air              waternutrients or miner...
4. What do the roots do for         a plant?
4. The roots hold a plant in     place and takes in    water and nutrients       from the soil.
5. What does the stem    do for a plant?
5. The stem holds up theplant and moves water and   nutrients through it.
6. Why does a plant   need leaves?
6. Leaves use sunlight,     air, water, and   nutrients to make   food for the plant.
7. What do flowers do     for a plant?
7. Flowers make fruits    that hold seeds.These seeds will make      new plants.
8. How can seeds be     scattered?
8. Seeds can be scattered       by _____.        • planting        • animals        • water        • wind
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  1. 1. Parts of a Plant By Anisha Kansagra
  2. 2. Living Things• All living things grow and change.• All living things need food, water, and air to live.
  3. 3. Nonliving Things• Nonliving things are not alive.• Nonliving things do not need food, water, or air.
  4. 4. Plants must have these things to grow.• Sunlight• Air• Water• Nutrients or minerals from the soil
  5. 5. When a seed has sunlight, air, water, and nutrients it will begin to germinate, or start to grow.This young plant thatgrows from a seed is called a seedling.
  6. 6. Parts of a Plant• Roots hold the plant in the soil and takes in water and nutrients from the soil.
  7. 7. Parts of a Plant• The stem holds up the plant and moves water and nutrients through it.
  8. 8. Parts of a Plant• Leaves use light, air, water, and nutrients to make food for the plant.
  9. 9. Parts of a Plant• Flowers make fruits that hold seeds. Flower
  10. 10. Parts of a Seed• Seed Coat • Stored Food• Seed Leaf • Developing Plant
  11. 11. The hard covering that protects the seed is the ... The part that looks like a leaf inside each seed is the ...
  12. 12. Seeds• Seeds are formed in the center part of the flower or fruit.• Seeds come in many shapes and sizes.• Plants grow from seeds.
  13. 13. How Seeds Are Scattered• Planting• Animals• Water• Wind
  14. 14. How a Seed Grows into a New Plant• The life of a plant begins as a seed.• Once you plant and water a seed it begins to germinate.• The root pushes through the seed coat.• The seedling grows out of the ground.• The stem and its leaves point to the sunlight.• The leaves make its own food.• Flowers begin to bloom and make seeds.• New seeds are formed and scattered. What is this process called?
  15. 15. Life Cycleof a Plant
  16. 16. Remember…When the small plant inside begins to grow,the seed germinates.The young plant that grows from a seed isthe seedling.Seeds are scattered by planting, wind,water, and animals.
  17. 17. Let’s Review!• What do all living things need to live and grow?
  18. 18. 1. All living things need _____. food water air
  19. 19. 2. Can you name the parts of a plant?
  20. 20. 2. The parts of a plant are the _____. roots stem leaves flower
  21. 21. 3. What do plants need to grow?
  22. 22. 3. Plants need ____ to live and grow. sunlight air waternutrients or minerals from the soil
  23. 23. 4. What do the roots do for a plant?
  24. 24. 4. The roots hold a plant in place and takes in water and nutrients from the soil.
  25. 25. 5. What does the stem do for a plant?
  26. 26. 5. The stem holds up theplant and moves water and nutrients through it.
  27. 27. 6. Why does a plant need leaves?
  28. 28. 6. Leaves use sunlight, air, water, and nutrients to make food for the plant.
  29. 29. 7. What do flowers do for a plant?
  30. 30. 7. Flowers make fruits that hold seeds.These seeds will make new plants.
  31. 31. 8. How can seeds be scattered?
  32. 32. 8. Seeds can be scattered by _____. • planting • animals • water • wind
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