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UNIT 5 Diagnostic
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1 Complete the text about different types of plants using the words in the box.

bushes trunk soft grasses trees thin hard

(a) Grasses
have a (b)

stem. They are (c) and exible.

(d) have a thick,


(e) stem with low branches.

(f) have a thick, hard stem called

a (g) .

2 Which parts of a plant do these photos show?

a b c

Roots

3 Complete the sentences using the words from Activity 2.


a. The absorb water and minerals from the soil and fix the plant
into the ground.

b. The use sunlight to help make the plants food.

c. The attracts insects which help the process of pollination.

4 Which parts of the plant do we eat? Complete the chart.

tomatoes carrots lettuce broccoli asparagus peas

Root Stem Leaves Flower Seeds Fruit

asparagus

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UNIT 5

5 Match the life processes to the correct definition.

Plants use sunlight, water and nutrients from the soil to


Nutrition
make their own food.

Most plants reproduce by making seeds that grow into


Interaction new plants. Some produce spores.

Plants react to their environment. They grow towards the


Reproduction
light and their roots grow towards water.

6 Circle the correct word in these sentences.


a. Plants give us oxygen / carbon dioxide.

b. Deciduous / Evergreen trees lose their leaves in winter.

c. Plants can / cant make their own food.

d. All / Some plants are born from seeds.

7 Read the descriptions. Do they describedeciduous, evergreen or both trees.


a. They lose their leaves in autumm. deciduous

b. They produce leaves all year round.

c. Pine trees are this type of tree.

d. Oak trees are this type of tree.

e. They have branches, roots, a trunk and

leaves.

8 Write sentences about things that plants give us.


a. Plants give us oxygen .

b. Plants .

c. Plants .

d. Plants .

e. Plants .

f. Plants .

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