1/29/2019 12:00:00 AM
This quiz includes an educational video from youtube and 10 questions from Mobymax (Science, Grade 2), to help you review some basic vocabulary about plants.
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What is the definition of stem?
- The part of a plant that takes in water
- The part of a plant that is the most colorful
- The part of a plant that makes a seed using pollen from inside the flower
- The part of a plant that carries water from the roots to other parts of the plant
What is the definition of leaves?
- the part of the plant that stores seeds
- the part of the plant that makes food
- the part of the plant that makes seeds
- the part of the plant that stores food
What is the definition of fruit?
- the part of a flower that grows around a seed to hold and protect it
- the part of the flower that eats seeds for food
- the part of the flower that holds the plant in place
- the part of the flower that brings water to the leaves
Which picture has the plant correctly labeled?
Which statement is correct?
- Plants all have flowers.
- The root, stems, and leaves of different plants can look different.
- The stems and leaves make seeds.
- All plants have the same size roots to get nutrients from the soil.
Plants spread their seeds __________.
- to grow in warm locations
- to be farther away from water and nutrients
- to give each seed room to grow
- by growing long roots
Which are examples of a plant spreading its seeds? Check all that are true.
- A coconut falls off a coconut tree into the water. It later washes up on shore.
- The wind blows and takes dandelions seeds off the plant.
- A pine tree has deep roots to hold the tree in place.
- A bird sits on a bush looking for insects to eat.
- A bear eats blackberries and goes to the bathroom.
What is the definition of adapt?
- to grow
- to change
- to plant
- to sprout
Which are examples of plants adapting to live in their environment? Check all that are true.
- Oak trees shed their leaves in the fall to keep water in their trunks.
- Trimming plants in the fall allows plants to grow larger and healthier in the spring.
- Plants in cold climates grow low to the ground where it is warmest
- Leaves on rainforest plants are designed to have water trickle off of them quickly so they don’t develop mold.
You move into a new house that has a garden. Your dad is trying to identify the plants so he can better care for them. What could you suggest he does?
- Measure the plant with a ruler to see how large it is.
- Wait until fall when the plant begins to hibernate.
- Examine the parts of each plant to identify it.
- Dig up the garden and plant flowers that you can identify