Worksheet on What Plants can do

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1. Which group contains on Underground plant parts that are eaten?

(i) Onion, garlic, ginger               

(ii) Potato, carrot, tomato        

(iii) Onion, potato, brinjal

(iv) Brinjal, tomato, carrot

2. Which of the following has not been correctly matched?

(i) Mustard seeds                    cooking oil

(ii) Tulsi leaves                         chocolate

(iii) Neem leaves                      medicine

(iv) Cotton bolls                         cloth

3. A tiger eats only other animals. It is an example of:

(i) Herbivore               

(ii) Carnivore   

(iii) Omnivore            

(iv) Vegetarian

4. Fill in the blanks:

(i) Where does the plant make its food? 

(ii) Name the three things a plant needs to make its food.

(iii) Where does a plant get carbon dioxide from?

 (iv) How does water reach the leaf? 

(v) Can a plant make its food at night?  Why?

(vi) What goes out of the leaf into the air?

(vii) If the leaf becomes brown and dry, can it still make food?

5. Compete the following:

Plant products                       Name of plant                       Parts of plant used

         tea                                      tea bush                                   leaves

     cooking oil                           mustard plant                            __________

    __________                           cocoa plant                                 beans

        sugar                                sugar cane                                __________

  cough medicine                             tulsi                                     __________

6. Which of the following words are ‘made from plants’ and ‘not made from plants’:

fresh lime juice, silver chain, cement pot, mango milk-shake, fruit-chaat, paper plate, plastic mug, cotton T-shirt, sewing thread, jute bag, lock and key, betel-nut:

7. Put a tick (√) against the correct sentences.                           

(i) A plant can make its food in the dark.                                      

(ii) Animals eat plants.                                                                      

(iii) Some animals also eat other animals.                                       

(iv) Plants must have water to make their food.                            

(v) Animals can also make their own food.

(vi) Plants store food in their seeds.                                                    

(vii) New plants grow from seeds.                                                      

(viii) Plants take in oxygen from the ground through their roots. 

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