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The plant kingdom

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Plants are living things. Difference between trees, bushes and grass. Deciduous and evergreen trees. Wild and cultivated plants. Why are plants important for us? Plant reproduction. Pollination. Non-flowering plants and fungi.

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The plant kingdom

  1. 1. The plant kingdom
  2. 2. In this unit you will learn: • Plants are living things. PLANT CLASSIFICATION: • Tree, bush and grass. • Deciduous and evergreen trees. • Wild and cultivated plants. • Why plants are important for us. • Kinds of plants: * Plant reproduction.
  3. 3. ¿Are plants living things or non-living things? They are…
  4. 4. They are living things, because…
  5. 5. Living things are born.
  6. 6. Living things grow.
  7. 7. Living things reproduce.
  8. 8. Living things die.
  9. 9. This is the life cycle of a sunflower and a strawberry plant.
  10. 10. Watch how a bean, a sunflower and a pea grow from seeds.
  11. 11. In this lesson we will learn three types of plants: A tree A bush A grass
  12. 12. What´s this? It´s a…
  13. 13. It´s a tree.
  14. 14. A tree has a thick, hard stem.
  15. 15. What´s this? It´s a…
  16. 16. It´s a bush.
  17. 17. A bush has a lot of stems.
  18. 18. What´s this? It´s…
  19. 19. It´s a grass.
  20. 20. Grasses are thin and bendy.
  21. 21. Draw in your notebook: Kind of plants. Tree Bush Grass
  22. 22. In the next lesson we are going to learn the difference between: Deciduous trees. Evergreen trees.
  23. 23. Deciduous trees lose their leaves in autumn and winter
  24. 24. SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN WINTER
  25. 25. Evergreen trees, such as conifers, keep their leaves during all seasons.
  26. 26. Which are the evergreen and deciduous trees?
  27. 27. Draw in your notebook. Deciduous trees lose their leaves in autumn and winter. Evergreen trees keep their leaves during all seasons.
  28. 28. In the next lesson we are going to learn the difference between: Wild plants. Cultivated plants.
  29. 29. Watch this video. Then, explain the difference.
  30. 30. Wild plants grow in the wild. They grow in forests, jungles, or around your house. They do not need human care.
  31. 31. Cultivated plants are grown by humans. You can grow your own plants in a garden and then eat them.
  32. 32. Draw in your notebook: Wild and cultivated plants. Wild plants grow in the wild. They do not need human care. Cultivated plants are grown by humans.
  33. 33. Are the plants in your school wild or cultivated?
  34. 34. Why are plants important for us?
  35. 35. Plants provide us with oxygen.
  36. 36. Plants provide us with food.
  37. 37. We can make many things out of plants. Can you name some of them?
  38. 38. Draw in your notebook: We need plants.  Plants provide us with food.  Plants provide us with oxygen.  We can make many things out of plants.
  39. 39. Can we live without plants?
  40. 40. Can animals live without plants?
  41. 41. PLANT REPRODUCTION.
  42. 42. How do plants reproduce?Most plants reproduce by seeds.
  43. 43. Seeds
  44. 44. Did you know some seeds can travel?
  45. 45. Some plants need help from bees to reproduce.
  46. 46. Other plants need help from butterflies, birds, bats or other animals to reproduce. It is called pollination.
  47. 47. Draw in your notebook: Plant reproduction. Most plants reproduce by seeds. Some seeds can travel. Some plants need help from butterflies or bees to reproduce. This is called pollination. seed
  48. 48. As we have seen most plants reproduce by seeds. Other plants, however, reproduce by spores. They are called non-flowering plants.
  49. 49. Non-flowering plants and fungi reproduce by spores.
  50. 50. Draw in your notebook: Reproduction by spores spores Non-flowering plants and fungi reproduce by spores.
  51. 51. REVIEW
  52. 52. In this unit we have learned: * Plants are living things. * Plants can classify as trees, bushes and grasses. * Trees can be deciduous or evergreen. * Plants can be wild or cultivated. * We need plants to eat, breathe and make objects out of them.
  53. 53. Plant reproduction: Most plants reproduce by seeds. Some seed travel though the air or water. Some plants and fungi reproduce by spores.
  54. 54. Tell your parter three things you have learned about plants.

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