Plants - Flowering Plants
Plants are made up of more than just flowers. Like roots, leaves and stems.

Plants - Flowering Plants

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Science for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with the structure of flowering plants.

Many plants have bright, colourful flowers. Plants aren’t just the flowers - they have other parts, too. In school you have learnt the parts, or structure, of a plant. What do the parts do? Plants don’t shout and run about like animals, but they are very interesting. How much do you know about the structure of plants?

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  1. What do we call the colourful parts of this plant?
    Not all plants have colourful flowers. Grasses have tiny green flowers
  2. The parts of the plant in the picture are green. What are they called?
    Leaves come in all sorts of shapes and sizes
  3. Why do plants have flowers?
    Flowers do look nice. But plants need to make seeds to make more plants
  4. Some plants hide their seeds in nuts. The horse chestnut hides its seeds in a nut. What do we call this nut?
    Have you ever played conkers?
  5. Some plants hide their seeds inside fruit. What is this fruit called?
    The seeds are in the pips in the middle of the apple
  6. This is the flower of a daisy. It is yellow in the middle. What do we call the white parts of this flower?
    Petals come in different shapes and colours
  7. What part of the plant is in the soil?
    The roots hold the plant in the soil
  8. Plants make seeds in their flowers. This is a picture of the seeds of a plant. Which plant is it?
    Can you see the tiny brown seeds at the end of every white parachute?
  9. The leaves grow from which part of the plant?
    There are long stems and short stems. The stem is the middle part of the plant
  10. Some plants hide their seeds. The hawthorn hides its seeds in these bright red _______.
    In autumn there are lots of hawthorn berries in the hedgerows

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