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Explain The Life Cycle Of A Tree

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  • 1. Explain the life cycle of a tree.
    • First you plant a seed then it grows into a seedling. Then the seedling turns in to a tree. After that the tree grows flowers then the flowers grow in to fruit.
  • 2. How many kinds of trees are there?
    • There is 100,000 types of trees in the world.
  • 3. Is a tree a plant or animal?
    • A tree is a plant because it doesn't walk around and scare people. Trees are plants because they don’t sleep like animals. A tree is a plant because they stand still.
  • 4. Where do trees grow?
    • Trees grow at the desert. They also grow at home. Trees can grow where ever you go. They grow at the forests where they are all together. Trees also grow at the jungle, people's backyard, parks and and at home.
  • 5. Name some native New Zealand trees.
    • Puka tree,Taukura tree,Mamaku tree,Ponga tree,Kuripaka tree, Kowhai tree, Pohutukawa tree, Kohekohe tree, White maire, Kahikatea tree, Kawaka tree.
  • 6. Why do trees have different shapes?
    • Some trees are different shapes cause some live in dry places and some don’t . Trees are different shapes cause some are biased and some are not.
  • 7. What do trees need to grow?
    • It needs sun, air, soil and water to make the trees grow. It also need warm places to stay in .
  • 8. How do trees feed?
    • The sun shines on the leafs then the photosynthesis go inside it then it makes food for the tree.
  • 9. Describe the skin of a tree and its purpose.
    • The skin of a tree is called bark and it protects the inside of the tree. trees skins are wrinkly and they are hard.
  • 10. Are trees alive? How do you know?
    • Trees are alive because if they weren't we wont be breathing right now cause they give us oxygen.
  • 11. How old can a tree be?
    • A tree can be over 4000 years old.
  • 12. How can you tell the age of a tree?
    • You can tell by the rings when you cut it down. How wide the tree is tells you how old a tree can be when it is still alive.
  • 13. How do trees stand up?
    • Trees stand up by their strong roots that are underneath the ground.
  • 14. What is the difference between a tree and a shrub?
    • A shrub is smaller and a tree is bigger
  • 15. Name and describe the parts of a tree.
    • Trunk – A trunk is huge
    • Leafs –Leafs good helpers cause they get food for the tree.
    • Branches- Braches are strong they grow leafs.
    • Roots –Roots hold up the tree and it is really good.
    • Flowers- Flowers make more seeds to grow trees.