Growth and Changes in Plants
Plant Life Cycle Part 2

- identify the major parts of plants and describe their basic functions
- describe the changes that plants undergo in a complete life cycle
- describe ways in which plants and animals depend on each other

  A Link to Learning web-based student learning activity     www.linktolearning.com

This activity uses the web site Living Things - Life Cycles from BBC Schools.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/science/activities/life_cycles.shtml

Before trying the activity, click on the button labeled Revision Bite. 
 

Click on Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant and fill in the following chart.

 

 

Click on Quiz at the bottom of the page.

As you try the quiz, fill in the table on the following page.

 

 

 

Fill in the answers.

Question

Answer

What is the female part of a flower called?

 

 
What do the stamens do?

 

 
The movement of pollen from the stamens to the carpel has a special name. 
What is it?

 

 
Which of these is true?

 

 
When an ovule is fertilised, it turns into ...

 

 
Which of these is NOT true about how seeds are dispersed?

 

 
Which of these is the correct order for the life cycle of a plant?

 

 
What is the main job of the petals?

 

 
Where are the nectaries of a flower usually found?

 

 
What would happen if plants and animals didn't reproduce?