Worksheet on Plants around Us

Worksheet on plants around us is designed in such a way as to enhance the beginners of plant life.

Read the concept to answers the questions of plants all around you.

I. Answer the following question.

1. Are plants living things?  

2. What do you mean by a tree? 

3. What is the difference between shrubs and herbs?  

4. What are small plants? 

5. Name the color of most of the leaves. 

6. What is the difference between climbers and creepers?  

II. Put tick (√) against the correct sentences and cross(X) against the wrong ones.

1. Plants are non-living things.

2. Climbers do not need support to stand.

3. Money plant is a big plant.

4. Some Plants are big.

5. Neem tree is a creeper

6. Most leaves are green in color.


III. Match the following with their names.

1. Shrubs    

2. Water plants   

3. Herbs   

4. Climbers   

5. Creepers        

6. Small leaves 

(a) mint

(b) neem

(c) grapevine

(d) Rose

(e) Lotus

(f) grass

IV. Fill in the blanks with the correct words given below:

                   lotus, trees, living, creeper, green, woody

1. Plants are _________ things

2. Leaves of most plant are _________

3. _________ crawls on the ground.

4. Shrubs have hard and  _________ stem.

5. _________ is a water plants.

6. Big and strong plants are called _________


Check the answers of worksheet on plants around us:

I. 1. Plants are living things.

2. Big and strong plants are called trees. 



(i) They have small hard and woody stem.

(ii) They are medium in size

(iii) Hibiscus and tulsi are examples of shrubs


(i) They have soft and green stem

(ii) They are smaller than shrubs

(iii) Wheat and sunflower are examples of herbs

4. Small plants are smaller than trees.  They have thinner and weaker stems.

5. Leaves of most plants are green in color.



(i) They need support to stand erect.

(ii) Money plant and pea are examples o climbers.


(i) They crawl along with the ground.

(ii) Pumpkin and water-melon are examples of creepers.

II. 1. X.

2. X

3. X.

4. √

5. X

6. √


1. Shrubs    

2. Water plants   

3. Herbs   

4. Climbers   

5. Creepers

6. Small leaves 

(d) Rose

(e) Lotus

(f) grass

(c) grapevine

(a) mint

(b) neem

IV. 1. living

2. green

3. creeper

4. woody

5. lotus

6. trees

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