Worksheet: Parts of a Flowering Plant
In this worksheet, we will practice identifying and describing the functions of different parts of flowering plants.
Which part of the plant protects the seeds?
Read these parts of a flowering plant: roots, stem, leaves, flower, seeds.
Pick two of these parts which help the plant reproduce (make new plants).
- ALeaf and flower
- BSeeds and leaves
- CFlower and seeds
- DFlower and roots
Which part of the plant takes up water and nutrients (food)?
- AThe stem
- BThe roots
- CThe leaf
- DThe flower
Flowering plants produce fruits and seeds. Why do plants need seeds?
- ATo help the plant make food
- BTo help the fruit ripen
- CTo help make food for animals
- DTo help make new plants
Flowering plants transport water and nutrients using the stem. Which part of a tree does the same job? Use the diagram to help you.
- AThe flower
- BThe roots
- CThe fruit
- DThe trunk
The diagram shows the parts of a flowering plant.
Complete the missing labels 1–4 using the following keywords: roots, fruits, seeds, and stem.
- AStem, Fruits, Roots, Seeds
- BSeeds, Roots, Fruits, Stem
- CFruits, Stem, Roots, Seeds
- DSeeds, Roots, Stem, Fruits
The diagram shows a cactus plant.
Which part of the cactus plant is shown in label 1?
This cactus plant does not have any leaves. What does it have instead?
- BA large stem
After an egg and pollen join together (fertilization), which part of the plant grows into a fruit?
- AThe roots
- BThe stem
- CThe ovary
- DThe sepal
Which part of the flower makes the seeds?
- AThe stigma
- BThe petals
- CThe anther
- DThe ovary
Which part of the rose plant is responsible for reproduction (making new plants)?