From the soil
From the air
It is a kind of plant.
It is the food that the plant gets.
It is a process by which plants reproduce.
It is a process by which plants make food.
Sunlight, carbon dioxide gas and water
Sunlight, oxygen and water
Carbon dioxide gas, oxygen and water
Sunlight, oxygen and carbon dioxide gas
The roots, flowers and sunlight
The leaves, the stem and the roots
The leaves, the stem and flowers
The stem, minerals and the leaves
To make the photosynthesis and release oxygen
To support the plants leaves and store food
To absorb water and make flowers
To hold the plant under the ground and absorb water and minerals
Because flowers help the plant reproduce.
Because flowers make the plant look beautiful.
Because flowers are colorful and smell good.
Because flowers are food for some insects.
It is a process by which pollen helps plants make flowers.
It is a process by which pollen helps plants make food.
It is a process by which pollen moves from one flower to another flower by insects and small animals.
It is a process by which insects and small animal feed.
To feed animals
To protect the seed or the seeds
To become flowers
To make new plants
Water makes the seed soft, and roots grow out above the ground. At the same time, new leaves and the stem grow into the ground.
Water makes the seed soft, and leaves grow out of the seed and into the ground. At the same time, the roots and the stem grow above the ground.
Water makes the seed soft, and stem grow out of the seed and into the ground. At the same time, the roots and the leaves grow above the ground.
Water makes the seed soft, and roots grow out of the seed and into the ground. At the same time, new leaves and the stem grow above the ground.
Plants release oxygen into the air.
Many people and animals feed on plants.
People and animals need oxygen to live.
Plants are essential for most living things on Earth to live.
Some plants are huge and old, like the giant redwood tree
Plans are an amazing form of life.
Some plants, like orchids, have beautiful flowers
Other plants, like the saguaro cactus, have sharp spines instead of leaves.
Living things need energy to grow and reproduce.
Plants use sunlight to make food.
People and animals get energy from food
Most plants get energy from sunlight.
Roots hold the plant in ground
Some roots – like carrots and potatoes – also store food.
The roots, the stem, and the leaves help a plant grow.
Hairs on the roots absorb water and mineral
The stem supports the plant above the ground
Tubes inside the stem carry water and minerals to the leaves.
The stem connects the roots to the leaves
The stem has several functions.