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Plants Chenying

Introduction Hi, my readers, my name is Chenying Wang, and I would love to introduce myself to you great readers! I am interested in Japanese, music, and animation. I have a younger sister who is a 1st grader in the primary school. I am glad that you are reading this book! Wish you could find something interesting in this book! This book is written for people who want to know about the plant and the function and the characteristic of each part of plants. I added some beautiful pictures in this book, and you might could find some cool things in this book, go to find out! I suggest teachers to use this book for 6 graders and for elementary science classes. When you use this book for sharing or teaching, please share alike.



Kelly and Roy are good friends, and they are talking about something... Kelly: Look! what is that? Roy: I think it’s a doggy. Kelly: What is this doggy doing? Roy: The doggy is smelling a plant. Kelly: What is a PLANT? Roy: A plant is ... Do you know what is plant?

Click the flower to get acquaint with plants!


My great readers! I draw some pictures of Puppy’s story for you. Click the to start!

Puppy’s story

Baby seed’s, named Puppy, favorite food is water. Its best friend is earthworm because she makes Puppy’s soil comfortable by adding nutrients and air to the ground.




What leaves do? 1. Transport food and water (I am a storage, we are full of water and food) 2. Protect the plant (rain, rain, go away...) 3. Photosynthesis (Help the plants get energy from sunlight) 4. Support other functions. (Leaves absorb sunlight and the oxygen and pour out carbon dioxide to help other functions work continuously.) 5. Make the oxygen, so that you could breathe. 6. Could be your food! (Ever eaten a salad?)


Yes, the shapes are different!! and

3 efforts that influence the shape of leaves: 1. The amount of carbon required to produce it, 2. How long the leaf lives and how fast or slow it processes sunlight 3. Its rate of photosynthesis. Do you find something else from this picture?


What is Photosynthesis? Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other organisms to convert light energy, normally from the sun, into chemical energy that can be later released to fuel the organisms' activities.




Flower Learn About Flowers!


Flowers are vital for making seeds. Flowers have several parts. The pistil is the female part of the flower. It is typically located in the center of the flower and it has three parts: stigma, style, and ovary. The stigma is around part located on top of the style, which looks like a tube. The style goes down to the ovary. The ovary contains the egg cells called 10

Parts of flowers Flowers not only look pretty but, in fact, are important in making seeds. Flowers have some basic parts. The female part is the pistil. The pistil usually is located in the center of the flower and is made up of three parts: the stigma, style, and ovary. The stigma is the sticky knob at the top of the pistil. It is attached to the long, tubelike structure called the style. The style leads to the ovary that contains the female egg cells called ovules.




SEEDS What are seeds? Seeds are the babies of plants. They grow and become new plants. What seeds need? The seeds need water and soil because these are food for seeds just like milk and eggs for us.


The seed coat 1. The seeds have a hard wrapper around the plan’s reproductive cell. To protect it so that the new baby plant could survive. 2. When the seeds are old enough, roots will burst out of the seed coat.

The seed also contains a short-term food supply called the endosperm, which is formed at fertilization, but is not part of the embryo. It is used by the embryo to help its growth. In the bean that is shown, the endosperm is no longer there. It has been used for the growth of the embryo, and most of its nutrients and energy is now in a different form within the tissues of the cotyledon.


How the seed dispersal to other places? Not like your dog, seeds can not go to other places themselves. So how seeds move to other places? There are five main modes of natural seed dispersal: 1. Gravity

2. Wind

3. Ballistic

4. Water

5. Animals.

Also, as you know, the gardeners do help seeds to disperse.




Quiz Question 1 of 3

This is the picture of ...

A. Leaves B. Roots C. Flower D. Seeds

Check Answer


Good job, my readers! Now you know quite well about plants! When I was a kid, I did love watching TV shows, and I find that some interesting TV shows are really educational. Watch a brief story of a cute seed!

Click me to watch an interesting VIDEO! 18


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