Growing plants with Sparky the Alien. Growing plants with Sparky the alien. Plants need light and water to grow. The parts of a plant. Schools Science Clips - Growing plants. Schools Science Clips - Helping plants grow well. Plant Life Cycle Activity (K-3) -- Exploring Nature Educational Resource. Return to the Plant Activities Index Plant Life Cycle Activity (K-3) Plants Recommended Books & Products Wild Science - Activities that Bridge Outdoor Exploration with Classroom ScienceThe activities in Wild Science will integrate outdoor exploration with the understanding and appreciation of science and environmental issues.
Using Wild Science as a guide, we invite you to rediscover your sense of wonder about the natural world and share it with the children you know. Citing This Reference CITING RESEARCH REFERENCES When you research information you must cite the reference. When citing a WEBSITE the general format is as follows. All text on Exploring Nature was written by author, Sheri Amsel Here is an example of citing this page: Amsel, Sheri. Biology of Plants: Plant Parts. What Do Different Plant Parts Do? Plant parts do different things for the plant. Roots Roots act like straws absorbing water and minerals from the soil. Tiny root hairs stick out of the root, helping in the absorption.
Stems Stems do many things. Leaves Most plants' food is made in their leaves. Flowers Flowers are the reproductive part of most plants. Fruit Fruit provides a covering for seeds. Seeds Seeds contain new plants. Magic School Bus | In Science News: Photosynthesis. Plants. Plants In Motion. Grow Your Own Potatoes | Potato Council. The Great Plant Escape. Lets learn about Plants. Let's Learn About Plants Do you know the basic parts of a plant? Do you know what things plants need to grow?
You already know that plants are living things. Now it is time to learn the main parts of a plant and the basic needs of a plant. Click here to learn about the parts of a plant. Click here to learn about the basic needs of a plant. Now look at the things you read about above presented together in a diagram. Click here to see the diagram. Now let's see how much you remember about the parts of a plant. Click here to go to the plant parts review. Now let's see how much you remember about the basic needs of a plant. Click here to go to the plant needs review. Look carefully at the pictures below.