Tell Me Why Flowers Bloom

Tell Me Why Flowers Bloom

Nancy Robinson Masters

Language: English

Pages: 28

ISBN: 2:00366392

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Young children are naturally curious about the world around them. Flowers Bloom offers answers to their most compelling questions about flowers. Age-appropriate explanations and appealing photos encourage readers to continue their quest for knowledge. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.

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open pollinators (PAH-luh-nate-urz) wind, insects, birds, and animals that carry pollen from one flower to another genes (JEENZ) tiny pieces of biological code in human and plant cells temperature (TEM-pur-uh-chur) the amount of heat or cold present Find Out More Books: Colby, Jennifer. Flowers. Ann Arbor, MI: Cherry Lake Publishing, 2015. Kalmon, Bobbie. What Is Pollination? New York: Crabtree Publishing, 2010. Wade, Mary Dodson. Flowers Bloom! New York: Enslow Publishing, 2009. Web Sites:

parts from this diagram can you find? Which parts are still underground? temperatures in order Plants need warm air ms. to produce flower bloo 11 Plants make pollen for this purpose. Pollen is powdery material that pollinators carry from plant to plant. Wind, insects, birds, and animals are natural pollinators. Some pollinators, like bees and butterflies, carry pollen from flower to flower during the day. Bats and moths pollinate flowers that bloom at night. Flowers that are not pollinated do

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