Plants by yurtgc548

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									Plants
Science
Grade Level - 2

Julie Bieber
              Introduction

You will learn about the parts of a plant.
The lesson also describes several
types of plants and their needs and
functions.



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Chapter 1
  Identifying the parts of a plant

Chapter 2
 Plant adaptations


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Chapter 3
How our seasons affect plant growth
Chapter 4
Types of plants
Quiz


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Chapter 1

Identifying the parts of a
plant
  Plants and their functions
  1. Leaves hold moisture
  2. Stems transport food and water
  3. Roots absorb nutrients and water



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Chapter 1

Identifying the parts of a
plant
   Leaves
      Contain chlorophyll
      Absorb moisture




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Chapter 1

Identifying parts of the plant
   Stem
      Transports water up
       through the plant
      Absorbs nutrients
       throughout the plant




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Chapter 1

Identifying the parts of a
plant
   Flowers
      Contain pollen
      Reproduce seeds




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Chapter 1- Review

  Name the 5 parts of the plant we
   discussed:
      Leaves
      Stem
      Roots
      Flower
      Seeds
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Chapter 2

Plant Adaptations
   Plants need:
        Sunlight
        Water
        Fertilizer
        Air




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Chapter 2

Plant Adaptations
   Water
      Can be provided
       naturally from rain
      Could be provided
       mechanically by a
       hose




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Chapter 2

Plant Adaptations
 Fertilizer
    Can be provided
     naturally from the soil
       Aeration from earthworms
       Nutrients provided by the
        earth
    Could by provided
     mechanically by
       Humans
       Machines (i.e.. Tractors)



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Chapter 2

Plant Adaptations

   Air
      Provided naturally
      We give off carbon-monoxide which plants
       use to breath
      While plants provide us with oxygen for us to
       breath


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Chapter 2

Plant Adaptations

   Air
      Provided naturally
      We give off carbon-monoxide which plants
       use to breath
      While plants provide us with oxygen for us to
       breath


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Chapter 2 – Review


  What are the 4 basic needs of a plant:
      Sunlight
      Water
      Fertilizer
      Air



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Chapter 3

How our seasons affect plant
growth

     Spring
     Summer
     Fall
     Winter


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Chapter 3

How our seasons affect plant
growth
        Spring
             Leaves begin to emerge
             Flowers start to bloom
               Examples
                  Magnolias
                  Tulips
                  Daffodils




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Chapter 3

How our seasons affect plant
growth
   Summer
      All the flowers are blooming
      Gardens are growing




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Chapter 3

How our seasons affect plant
growth
   Fall
      Harvest of vegetables
      Flowers are turning to seed
      Trees and Bushes are losing their leaves




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  Chapter 3

  How our seasons affect plant
  growth

 Winter
   All the leaves are on the ground except the
    evergreens
   Flowers have gone into dormancy
   All garden vegetation has died



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Chapter 3 - Review

  What are our 4 seasons:
      Spring
      Summer
      Fall
      Winter



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Chapter 4

Types of Plants
      There are several categories of plants
  1.   Succulents
  2.   Indoor foliage plants
  3.   Deciduous Trees
  4.   Evergreens


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Chapter 4

Types of Plants
   Succulents
   Live outdoors in dessert like conditions
  Such as, extreme heat and no rain for long
     periods of time
  Succulents can also survive in out area they
     make great houseplant. For example, cactus
     live best in a northern facing window.


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Chapter 4

Types of Plants
   Indoor foliage plants need to be inside
  These are known as houseplants
  They can not survive our harsh winters
  For example, vines such as ivy, and
     Pothos. Trees such as Ficus. Floor
     plants like canes and marginata’s.

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Chapter 4

Types of Plants
   The third type of plant is Deciduous trees
   These are tree’s that lose their leaves in the
    winter time.
   They range from 8’ to 100’ tall.
   A few examples are Dogwood. Oak, Maple,
    Tulip tree, Dawn Redwood, and Birch.


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Chapter 4

Evergreens
 • Evergreens or Broadleaf Evergreens
 Keep their needles all winter long
   For example:
 1. Douglas Fir
 2. Blue Spruce
 3. Junipers

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     Chapter 4 - Review

    Three broad categories of plants are
1.   Succulents
2.   Indoor foliage plants
3.   Deciduous Trees
4.   Evergreens


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 This is the end of the
 tutorial about plants
 Next there will be a quiz.
 The quiz contains three question that you
  must answer correctly in order to finish
  the lesson on plants.




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             Quiz
           Question 1
What season do the leaves fall off of the
   trees?
a. Spring
b. Fall
c. Summer


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The answer is not (a), in the spring.
a. Spring is when new leaves are emerging.

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       Congratulation
You chose the correct answer.

 The answer is (b) in the fall.
 b. Fall is when all the deciduous trees lose
   their leaves.

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             Question 1


The answer is not (c) in the summer.
c. Summer is when the leaves are their
  green and at their peek.

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             Quiz
           Question 2
What part of the plant transports the water?
a. Flowers
b. Leaves
c. Stem



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       Incorrect Answer for
            Question 2

The correct answer is not (a), the flowers.
 The flowers produce new seeds so the
  plant can reproduce.

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           Question 2

The correct answer is not (b), the leaves.
 Leaves are responsible for photosynthesis.

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      Congratulation
You chose the correct answer.

 The answer is (c), the stem.
  The stem transports water up from the
   roots.

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            Quiz
          Question 3
What do plants need during the day to
   survive?
a. Sunlight
b. Darkness
c. Rain


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       Congratulation
You chose the correct answer.

 The correct is (a) sunlight.
 a. Sunlight is what plants require daily for
    their survival.

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      Incorrect Answer for
           Question 3

The correct answer is not (b)darkness.
b.Darkness plants cannot survive in total
  darkness

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      Incorrect Answer for
           Question 3

The correct answer is not (c) rain.
c.Rain plants do not need rain everyday

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This is the end of the lesson.

I hope this lesson inspired you to
learn more about your natural
surrounds.

Please use the last button when finished this
will allow the next user to begin at the title
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         Thank- You



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