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    • SEEDS AND SEEDS A presentation by Sharbari Nath PRT
    • SEEDS
      • Part of a plant capable of developing into another such plant.
      • Seeds have seed covering called seed coat.
      • There is a baby plant inside the seed.
      • This baby plant grows into a big plant.
    • DIFFERENT KINDS OF
      • SEEDS
    • RICE
    • MASOOR DAL
    • BEANS
    • ANI SEEDS( SAUNF )
    • CUMIN SEEDS
    • BLACK PEPPER
    • CORIANDER SEEDS (DHANIA)
    • GROUND NUT
    • We saw that---
      • Different seeds have different shapes.
      • Each kind of seed has different colour.
      • Texture of seeds are different.Some are smooth while some are rough.
    • Seeds that are spices
      • Cumin seeds ( jeera )
      • Coriander seeds ( dhania )
      • Black pepper ( kali mirch )
      • Fenugreek ( methi )
      • Mustard ( sarson )
    • Seed has a baby plant inside it that grows into a big plant on getting air and water.
    • Let’s try to list---
      • Vegetables that have seeds
      • Seeds that are used as spices in your home.
      • Let’s try to answer---
      • Are all seeds of same colour?
      • Name some seeds that are spices?
      • Name one seed that you eat daily?
    • Activity
      • Collect different kinds of seeds from your kitchen.
      • Note the colour, shape and texture of each seed.