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Earth - Plants
In the springtime the floors of many woods are covered in bluebells.

Earth - Plants

This quiz addresses part of the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2 in Geography. Specifically it looks at parts of Earth where plants grow. It is one of 50 quizzes to help you understand the world around you.

Not all of the land is green. There are deserts where very little grows. There are frozen wastes and ice and snow. But we need the green parts of the planet so we can live. Without plants we would have no food. At school you will have found out about how important plants are. In this geography quiz we will look at the parts of our planet that are green.

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1.
Sam lives in a house. Around the house is a garden. What grows in the garden?
Mushrooms
Flowers
Rice
Seaweed
Do you have a garden? What sort of flowers do you grow?
2.
In Sam’s back garden there is a large patch of grass. What is it called?
Greenhouse
Border
Lawn
Pond
Do you have a lawn? Who mows the grass?
3.
Not far from Sam’s house is a ____. At the ____ there is a lot of grass, tennis courts, a playground, and a crazy golf course.
Shop
Garage
Park
Field
Is there a park near where you live? What is there at the park?
4.
Farms are divided up into ______.
Houses
Fields
Schools
Streets
Some fields just grow grass. Other fields are used to grow crops, like wheat or potatoes
5.
Sam and his family go for a walk in the countryside. They walk through a ____. There are lots of trees. In the spring the ____ is full of bluebells.
Field
Farm
Wood
Marsh
A small wood is called a copse
6.
A very big wood with lots and lots of trees is called a ______.
Forest
Copse
Field
Lawn
The trees in forests are often grown for timber
7.
Grace lives in Cameroon. Cameroon is in Africa, near the equator. Parts of Cameroon are covered in very thick forest. It is very hot and damp in this forest. It is a __________.
Rainforest
Desert
Wood
Copse
Rainforests grow in tropical countries
8.
A very dense rainforest is called a ______.
Wood
Copse
Field
Jungle
What sort of animals live in the jungle?
9.
Cerys lives on a farm in Wales. The fields are surrounded by stone walls.

Adam lives on a farm in Hampshire. The fields are surrounded by fences.

Alice lives on a farm in Devon. The fields are surrounded by ______.
Hedges
Ropes
String
Ribbons
Birds like to nest in hedgerows
10.
Some parts of the world have vast grasslands without any fields. What does ‘vast’ mean?
Very high
Very big
Very wet
Very dry
These grasslands are called savannah
Author:  David Bland

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