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Do You Know Your Plants?

This worksheet will test the student's knowledge of different types of flower.

'Do You Know Your Plants?' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Plants

Curriculum subtopic:   Common Plants and Trees

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Wherever you look you will see lots of plants. In your garden, local park, around your school or when you go out to the shops or go on a trip in the car or train you'll see lots of different plants.

Do you know their names?

 

For example: Have a look at this plant. Do you know what it's called?

 

Dandelions

 

Are they roses, a buttercups, a cactus or a dandelions?

 

Answer: they are dandelions.

What is this plant called?

Rose

Sunflower

Daisy

Buttercup

Rose

What is this plant called?

 

Daisies

Waterlily

Daisy

Daffodil

Buttercup

What is this plant called?

 

Buttercup

Tulip

Sunflower

Snowdrop

Buttercup

What is this plant called?

 

Tulip

Tulip

Poppy

Rose

Daffodil

What is this plant called?

Poppy

Sunflower

Poppy

Daisy

Rose

What is this plant called?

 

Snowdrop

Dandelion

Rose

Sunflower

Snowdrop

What is this plant called?

 

Bluebell

Poppy

Daisy

Bluebell

Dandelion

What is this plant called?

 

Sunflower

Sunflower

Rose

Tulip

Buttercup

What is this plant called?

 

Water lily

Bluebell

Poppy

Waterlily

Snowdrop

What is this plant called?

 

Daffodil

Sunflower

Daffodil

Tulip

Rose

  • Question 1

What is this plant called?

Rose

CORRECT ANSWER
Rose
EDDIE SAYS
Roses are a beautiful flower that grow in many colours like: red, pink, white and orange.
  • Question 2

What is this plant called?

 

Daisies

CORRECT ANSWER
Daisy
EDDIE SAYS
A daisy is a common flower that can be seen flowering most of the year.
  • Question 3

What is this plant called?

 

Buttercup

CORRECT ANSWER
Buttercup
EDDIE SAYS
A buttercup has yellow, shiny petals and grows wild in many places.
  • Question 4

What is this plant called?

 

Tulip

CORRECT ANSWER
Tulip
EDDIE SAYS
A tulip has a large flower that is brightly coloured.
  • Question 5

What is this plant called?

Poppy

CORRECT ANSWER
Poppy
EDDIE SAYS
A poppy is a flowering plant, well-known for its bright, colourful flowers.
  • Question 6

What is this plant called?

 

Snowdrop

CORRECT ANSWER
Snowdrop
EDDIE SAYS
The snowdrop is one of the first flowers of the year and will appear towards the end of winter.
  • Question 7

What is this plant called?

 

Bluebell

CORRECT ANSWER
Bluebell
EDDIE SAYS
Bluebells are beautiful flowers that bloom in woods in spring.
  • Question 8

What is this plant called?

 

Sunflower

CORRECT ANSWER
Sunflower
EDDIE SAYS
Sunflowers have big daisy-like flower faces of bright, yellow petals. Sunflowers are tough and easy to grow, some grow very tall indeed!
  • Question 9

What is this plant called?

 

Water lily

CORRECT ANSWER
Waterlily
EDDIE SAYS
Water lilies have waxy covered leaves and float in quiet, freshwater habitats.
  • Question 10

What is this plant called?

 

Daffodil

CORRECT ANSWER
Daffodil
EDDIE SAYS
Daffodils flower in spring time and are very reliable. They flower year after year without needing much attention.
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