LO: To explore the part that flowers play in the life cycle of flowering

plants, including pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal

All flowering plants go through the following life cycle:

1.    Germination is the process by which a plant begins to grow from a seed. Roots form under the soil. The stem, leaves and flower emerge above the soil.

2.   Pollination is the process where pollen produced by a flower is carried by insects or blown by the wind to another flower.

3.   Fertilisation is when the pollen reaches another flower, it travels to the ovary where it fertilises the egg cells to make seeds.

4.   Seed dispersal is when these seeds are scattered by animals or the wind. Some of the

seeds will grow into new plants.

Watch the video: How do flowering plants reproduce?


Complete the life cycle of a flowering plant. Drag the labels into the correct places:

Pollination Germination

Seed dispersal Fertilisation