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Students can use these worksheets to learn parts of a plant, vocabulary words for plant life, and more. Includes worksheets for labeling the parts of a plant and matching vocabulary words.
FlowersParts of a Flower (Intermediate) Member
Label the pistil, stamen, pollen, and petal on the flower diagram.Parts of a Flower (Advanced) Member
Label the receptacle, stamen, pistil, sepal, filament, ovule, style, anther, carpel, petal, and ovary on this flower picture.Anatomy of a Flower Poster (Intermediate) Member
This color poster shows four basic parts of a flower: petal, stamen, pistil, and pollen.Anatomy of a Flower Poster (Advanced) Free
This color poster shows the anatomy of a flower. This diagram has labels for stamen, carpel, petal, sepal, ovule, receptacle, filament, anther, stigma, style, and ovary.Flower Vocabulary Cards (Intermediate) Member
This file contains 12 cards with vocabulary words and definitions. Words include: pollination, pistil, stamen, flower, and petal.Flower Vocabulary Cards (Advanced) Member
This file has vocabulary and definition cards. Use them as a matching activity, or students can cut-and-glue them into their notebooks. Words include stamen, carpel, petal, pistil, ovary, sepal, ovule, receptacle, filament, style, anther, and stigma.
Parts of a Plant
This worksheet has a picture of a plant. Students label all of the plant parts - roots, stem, flower, and leaves.Parts of a Plant Cut & Glue (Basic) Member
This printable features a picture of a plant with labels and definitions for students to cut out and glue in the correct space.Parts of a Plant Poster (Basic; Color) Free
This color printable shows the basic parts of a plant. Parts include stem, leaves, flower, and roots.Parts of a Plant Poster (Basic; Black & White) Member
Students can color this picture of a plant with labels and definitions of the basic parts.Parts of a Plant Vocabulary Cards (Basic) Member
A basic set of illustrated vocabulary cards that name and define the different parts of a plant.
Search the classroom for the twenty hidden plant fact cards. When students find a card, they answer a question about plants.Plant Vocabulary Words Member
Vocabulary words and definitions for your plant unit. Includes photosynthesis, chlorophyll, glucose, oxygen and carbon dioxide.Plant Questions Member
Circle the correct answer to each question. Might make a good test or quiz for your plant chapter.Plant Matching Activity (Intermediate) Member
Part 1: Match the part of each plant with its function, Part 2: Match the vocab word with its meaning.Plant Vocab Cards (Intermediate) Member
This file has a set of vocabulary words and definitions. Words include photosynthesis, chlorophyll, glucose, and carbon dioxide.
Early LiteracyMake Sentences: Word Cards Member
Students cut out 25 word cards. Then they rearrange them to make as many complete sentences as possible. Some cards have basic sight words, such as you, have, can, in at, we, and have . Other cards have plant-themed words, such as flower, soil, water, plant, and grow.
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
Cut out the words cards and use them to make a sentence. Glue the sentence onto the paper and write it on the lines. Sentence reads: Plants need sunlight to make food.
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
Use the word cards to make a sentence. Sentence reads: Roots grow under the soil.
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
Beans and Bean PlantsParts of a Bean (Basic) Member
Label the parts of a bean on the diagram. Includes young plant, food, and seed coat. This version was designed for younger students in kindergarten through 2nd grade.Parts of a Bean (Intermediate) Member
This page has an illustration of a lima bean with arrows and definitions. Students label the parts including embryo, hypocotyl, radicle, seed coat, and cotyledon.Bean Sprout Growth Cycle Wheel (Basic) Member
Learn about the growth cycle of a bean sprout with this interactive science wheel.Bean Plant Sequencing (Basic) Member
Cut out four pictures of a bean seed growing into a plant. Glue them on the page in the sequential order.Bean Parts Poster (Basic) Free
This color poster has labels for basic bean parts. Includes young plant, food, and seed coat. This version is for younger children in kindergarten through 2nd grade.Bean Parts Poster (Intermediate) Free
This intermediate-level bean diagram has labels and definitions for the epicotyl, hypocotyl, radicle, embryo, seed coat, and cotyledon. This worksheet can be used as a poster or you might have students glue it into their science notebooks.Bean/Seed Vocabulary Cards (Intermediate) Member
This file contains a set of vocabulary cards with words related to bean/seed parts. Words include embryo, hypocotyl, radicle, seed coat, cotyledon, and germinate.
ArticlesArticle: Photosynthesis Free
Learn how a tree makes its food (glucose) through a process called photosynthesis.Article: Sensitive Plant Member
Read the article about a sensitive plant, a unique member of the plant kingdom that can instantly fold up its leaves when touched. Then, answer the comprehension questions.Article: Wonderful Walnuts Member
Learn all about walnuts and walnut trees.Article & Poem: Venus Flytraps Member
A poem and article that teaches students about Venus Flytraps, unusual plants that eat bugs.
PoemsPoem: These Trees Member
A fun poem about the strange and unusual names that trees are given.Poem: Desert Flower Power Member
An interesting poem desert plants that are adapted to thrive in hot, dry climates. Includes comprehension questions.
See Also:Animal Worksheets
Printable worksheets on vertebrates and invertebratesPlant and Animal Cells
Learn about the parts of plant cells with these printable worksheets, posters, and activities.Landform Worksheets
Use these worksheets to teach students about different types of landforms and bodies of water.