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The Plant Life Cycle

In this worksheet, students answer questions about the growing sequence of plants which begins and ends with a seed.

'The Plant Life Cycle' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Year:  Year 2 Science worksheets

Curriculum topic:   Plants

Curriculum subtopic:   Seeds, Bulbs and Maturing Plants

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Worksheet Overview

We know that all the plants around us grow from seeds. Plants grow seeds to make new plants. 


Growth of a plant


The seeds are made in the flower. The flower is a bright colour so that insects will see it and visit it.


Insect on flower


When the petals die, the seeds grow. The seeds grow into new plants. This is called the plant life cycle.


Try to remember the above information to answer the questions in this activity. 




Why do we plants need seeds?

- to keep the plant healthy

 - to reproduce and grow more plants

 -  so the bees have food 



Plants need seeds to reproduce and grow more plants. The bees help to make the seeds, they don't eat them. 


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