Life Cycle Of A Plant

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  • 1. Life Cycle of a Plant John Waeltz EDTECH 513 Fall 2009
  • 2.
    • This presentation has been created to help primary age children understand the basic life cycle of a plant.
    • Upon completion students will be able to identify the stages of a plant’s life cycle.
  • 3.
    • Like all living things, plants also have a life cycle they follow. From seeds to reproduction, plants go through normal stages throughout their life.
  • 4. Seed
    • Seeds are formed by plants to reproduce new plants. They need the proper conditions to begin to germinate.
  • 5. Seedling
    • A seedling is the stage of plant that begins growing from the seed. It is the sprout that you see beginning to poke through the soil.
  • 6. Plant
    • When a seedling is full grown it becomes an adult plant. The basic parts of a plant are the roots, stem, leaves, and flowers.
  • 7. Reproduction
    • Some plants reproduce by dropping seeds that are carried away by different methods such as weather, animals, or insects. Other plants reproduce by having their pollen carried from plant to plant by insects and animals.
  • 8. Thank you for viewing. The pictures in this presentation were used from the following sources.
    • http://www.kwiznet.com/images/questions/grade1/science/life_cycle_of_plant.gif
    • http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/images/seed-diagram.jpg
    • http://cache.planetnatural.com/planetnatural/images/large/tomato_seedling_lg.jpg
    • http://turfgrassmanagement.psu.edu/images/cst/cst1.jpg
    • http://schoolnet.gov.mt/biology/plantstructure_files/plantstructure%20pollination%205.JPG