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Plants adaptations presentation for kids

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Short presentation for kids. Why do plants adapt? (biomes)

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Plants adaptations presentation for kids

  1. 1. Plant Adaptations
  2. 2. • Plants have adaptations to help them live and grow in different areas. These adaptations might make it very difficult for the plant to survive in a different place. This explains why certain plants are found in one area, but not in another. For example, you wouldn't see a cactus living in the Arctic. Nor would you see lots of really tall trees living in grasslands.
  3. 3. • For climate/location. Deserts Forests
  4. 4. Plant Adaptations for different Biomes
  5. 5. Desert Adaptations –Small leaves or spines on desert plants conserve water. –Thick waxy skin holds in water. –Roots near the soils surface soak up rain water quickly before it evaporates.
  6. 6. Spikes or thorns Thick stems
  7. 7. Rainforest Adaptations • Smooth, slippery bark keeps vines from killing trees. • Slide shaped leaves lets rain run off so fungus doesn’t grow on plants.
  8. 8. Temperate Forest Adaptations • Thick bark protects trees and dropping leaves in winter conserves water and nutrients during cold winters.
  9. 9. Grassland Adaptations • Deep roots help plants survive prairie fires. • Narrow leaves lose less water than broad leaves. • Flexible stems bend in the wind.
  10. 10. Water Adaptations • Flexible stems move with water currents. • Floating seeds spread offspring.

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