Germination of Seeds Lesson for Kids

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What is seed germination?

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1. What are three of the main parts to a seed?

2. When the stem has grown straight up, the roots have grown straight down and the leaves have grown, what happens to the cotyledon that was providing protection and food to the plant?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Make your way through the quiz and worksheet to check your understanding of the germination of seeds. Some facts you will be quizzed on include when germination occurs and what's involved in seed germination.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Test your understanding of the following topics:

  • Three main parts of a seed
  • What happens if a seed is over-watered
  • The cotyledon of plants
  • Meaning of seed germination
  • When this germination occurs

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember the information you learned about what seed germination is
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about germination
  • Critical thinking - use these materials to view this process in a different way

Additional Learning

If you look at the Germination of Seeds Lesson for Kids, you can learn more about this process. You can also:

  • See how seeds are planted
  • Look at the makeup of plants
  • Review the stages of seed germination
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