Worksheet on Plant and its Different Parts

Worksheet on plant and its different parts i.e. roots, stem, leaves, flowers and fruits contains various types of questions.

I. Fill in the blanks by using the appropriate word:

Leave chlorophyll erect seeds stem flower soil prepared

(i) Roots hold the plant in the ____________ firmly.

(ii) A healthy ____________ helps the plant to stand ____________.

(iii) Greenness of the leaves is due to ____________  

(iv) Most of the plants have ____________ to produce fruits and ____________

(v) Stern carries the __________ food from ____________ to the other parts.

 II. Tick (√) against the true statement and (X) against the false one:

(i) Are there fine tubers in the stem of a plant?

(ii) Does some flowers too contain seeds?

(iii) Do leaves prepare food for the plant?

(iv) Are roots necessary for the growth of a plant?

(v) Does a plant get water from the soil without the roots?

III. Answer the following questions:

(i) What are the main parts of a plant?

(ii) From where does the plant get water and minerals?

(iii) What are the functions of the stem in a plant?

(iv) Where is food for the plant prepared?

(v) What is the function of roots in a plant?

(vi) What is photosynthesis?

(vii) Which substance does the plant get from air?

Check the answers of the worksheet on plant and its different parts:


I. (i) soil

(ii) stem, erect

(iii) chlorophyll

(iv) seeds, flowers

(v) prepared, leaves

II. (i) √

(ii) √

(iii) √

(iv) √

(v) X

III. (i) The main parts of a plant are roots, stem, leaves, flowers and fruits.

(ii) The plant gets water and minerals from the soil.

(iii) The functions of the stem in a plant are that it helps the plant to stand erect. It carries minerals mixed water from roots to leaves and food from leaves to other part of the plant.

(iv) Green leaves prepare the food for the plant.

(v) The function of roots in a plant is that it holds the plant firmly in the soil and collect minerals mixed water to supply it to the stem.

(vi) Green leaves use water from the soil, carbon dioxide from the air and sunlight to make food. This is called photosynthesis.

(vii) The plant gets carbon dioxide from the air.

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