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Recognise the Parts of a Tree

In this worksheet, students will identify different parts of trees.

'Recognise the Parts of a Tree' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Year:  Year 1 Science worksheets

Curriculum topic:   Plants

Curriculum subtopic:   Common Plants and Trees

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Worksheet Overview

Types of Tree


Deciduous Tree


In Year 1 we learn about different types of tree. Firstly, it's really important to be able to name all the different parts of a tree. 


Ivy leaf


This is a leaf. Leaves grow from the branches and help the tree to soak up sunshine and produce energy for the tree.


Tree roots


These are tree roots. They absorb water for the tree, and help it to stay steady in the ground.


Apple tree


There are apples growing on this tree. Some trees grow fruit which we can eat! We must be careful though as some trees grow berries which are not safe for humans to eat, although squirrels and other woodland animals love them! 


A tree with pink blossom


Some trees grow beautiful blossom. This usually blooms in the spring. 


Can you think of any other parts of a tree, and what they do?


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