Environmental Science (EVS) : Plants (Class II)


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Plants, Types of Plants, Use of Plants
Class II, Class 2, CBSE

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Environmental Science (EVS) : Plants (Class II)

  1. 1. EVS Plants and Trees theeducationdesk.com
  2. 2. Plants and Trees Types of plants Climbers and Creepers Herbs, Shrubs Wild plants, Weeds and Grass Water plants Uses of plants Taking care of Plants theeducationdesk.com
  3. 3. Types of plants - Climbers Climber plants have weak and soft stem. They need support to stand and grow straight. Money plant Pea plant Bean plant theeducationdesk.com
  4. 4. Types of plants - Creepers Creeper plants have soft green stem. They grow along the ground. Pumpkin Watermelon Muskmelon theeducationdesk.com
  5. 5. Types of plants - Herbs Herb plants are very small plants with soft green color stem. Their leaves, flowers, seeds are used for flavoring, food, cooking, medicines or perfumes. Coriander Spinach Mint theeducationdesk.com
  6. 6. Types of plants - Shrubs Shrubs have many branches and they grow near to the ground. Their stem is woody and thin and doesn’t have main trunk. They are smaller than a tree. Cotton plant Rose plant Mums plant theeducationdesk.com
  7. 7. Types of plants - Wild plants Wild plants grow naturally for many years. They do not need any person to take care of them. Wild plants can be grass, trees and small plants. Banyan tree Grass Periwinkle plant theeducationdesk.com
  8. 8. Types of plants - Weeds Weeds are unwanted plants and can grow anywhere. They can be found in pots, gardens or farms. They grow very fast and takes the place of other plants. Dandelion Poison Ivy Milk Thistle theeducationdesk.com
  9. 9. Types of plants - Water plants Water plants grow in water and their stem stays underwater. Some water plants have big floating leaves. Plants like Hydrilla grow completely underwater. Lotus Duckweed Hydrilla theeducationdesk.com
  10. 10. Uses of Plants As Food Spinach, Radish, Onion, Apples, Potatoes Coffee, Tea, Sugarcane Keep Air Clean For Perfumes Rose, Jasmine Give Us Fiber Cotton fiber, Linen Fiber, Jute, Coconut fiber For Paper and Wood Wooden chair, Door, Bed, Pencil Give Us Medicines Tulsi, Turmeric, Aloevera, Amla Uses of Plants theeducationdesk.com
  11. 11. Potato Radish Apple Sugarcane Onion Rice Spinach Tea plant Leaves RootsStem Fruits & Seeds Uses of Plants: Food We eat different parts of plants. theeducationdesk.com
  12. 12. Spoons Chopsticks Wooden Pencils Wooden Bed Wooden Door Wooden Chair Paper Bat Uses of Plants: Wood Plants give us paper and wood. theeducationdesk.com
  13. 13. Turmeric Aloe Vera Amla Turmeric is used in cooking and also as anti inflammatory Juice of aloe vera plant is good for skin. Amla juice is good for stomach Tulsi Juice of Tulsi leaves is used for cough and cold Uses of Plants: Medicines Plants are used in medicines. theeducationdesk.com
  14. 14. Uses of Plants: Fibers Clothes are made from cotton fiber and linen fiber Jute and coconut fibers are used to make ropes, mats etc. Cotton cloth Jute mats Coconut coir Rope theeducationdesk.com
  15. 15. Uses of Plants: Perfumes Sweet smelling flowers like rose and jasmine are used to make perfumes. Rose Perfume Jasmine theeducationdesk.com
  16. 16. Uses of Plants: Clean Air Plants make the air clean and fresh. They give shadows. Plants also help to make the soil more nutrient. theeducationdesk.com
  17. 17. Like humans plants also need water, otherwise they may die. So water the plants regularly. Plants breath through their leaves so clean the leaves regularly . Plants make their food and grow using the sunlight. So make sure plants get enough sunlight. Care of plants: At home theeducationdesk.com
  18. 18. Care of plants: At public places. Take care of plants at public places like parks, gardens Don’t walk on grass harshly. Don’t pluck leaves, Flowers and branches of trees. Do not scratch or write on tree trunks. theeducationdesk.com
  19. 19. Thank You !!! - http://theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com