Plant Growth Treasure Hunt

by Cindy Christman
christmanc@schenectady.k12.ny.us
Grade 3 Science
 Woodlawn Elementary School
 Schenectady City Schools

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Instructions

This treasure hunt is designed to help you review the plant growth science unit.  Read each question, click on the web site link and find the answer.  Answer the questions in order.  


1.     What are 5 things that plants provide us with?

Go to http://pittsford.monroe.edu/jefferson/calfieri/plants/plantsmain.html to find the answer.

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2.     Give 5 ways that a seed can get planted on its own.

Go to http://tqjunior.thinkquest.org/3715/  Click on Click Here.  Then click on spreading seeds to find the answer.

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3.     What is needed for plants to make food by photosynthesis?

Go to http://pittsford.monroe.edu/jefferson/calfieri/plants/plantsmain.html ,
go to the bottom and click on photosynthesis.

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4.     What is an annual?  Go to http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/case1/,

     Click on Facts at the bottom.  Click on Life Cycle.                                                         

 

  

 

5.     What are the three kinds of bees found in a honeybee hive?  Go to http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/alienempire/multimedia/hive.html.  Click on Start.  Click on Next. Click about the Hive.                                                                           

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6.     A carrot is a _______________.

     Click on http://www.hhmi.org/coolscience/.  Click on bowl of Veggies.  Click on Click

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7.     What do plants release into the air?

Go to http://www.brainpop.com/science/seeall.weml   Click on Photosynthesis.  Watch the movie to answer the question. 

                                               

 

 

 

 

Take the quiz to see what you’ve learned!

 

 Congratulations! You have found lots of plant treasures!