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1. Label the pictures.


1         2      3                                                                               1         2        3

4     5                                                                                                           5   

2. Label the pictures (a sunflower, a daisy, tulips, a carnation, a rose).


. Read the sentences and write
true or false. Correct the false sentences and copy the true ones.

1. Leaves take in sunlight, water and soil to make food.
2. Roots absorb water from the air.
3.   Fruits protect the seeds.
4. Plants need soil, air, sunlight and milk to grow.
5. Flowers attract mammals.
6.   We use plants to make cosmetics such as perfumes, shampoos and creams.


4. Learn about the life cycle of a tree/plant.
Number these sentences in order (1-5).

Next, the small plant grows flowers. Insects pollinate the plant.
First, a seed falls into the ground.
Finally, the adult plant grows fruits and seeds.

Then, the seedling grows a stem and leaves.

Roots start to grow from the seed.

. Answer the questions. Use full answers.

Why are plants important?
What do plants need to grow? Plants nees w, st, s and to grow.
What do we use plants for? We use plants to make f, d, c, m and c.
Where do seeds grow?

6. Which part of these plants do we eat? Write stems, roots, leaves, flowers, fruit, seeds.

asparagus     cauliflower           walnuts                 lettuce                carrots        a pear

      spinach             hazelnuts         a peach           raddish             celery       artichokes





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