Photosynthesis Worksheets and Activities
Did you know the planet Earth would be lifeless without photosynthesis? Do you know how plants make their own food? Find answers to these and many such queries with our photosynthesis worksheets for students of grade 3 through grade 7. Featured here are vibrant charts illustrating the photosynthesis process, the equation of photosynthesis, precise and apt definitions of key terms in photosynthesis and activities like label the process, complete the paragraph, differentiate between light and dark reactions and much more.
This photosynthesis basic chart facilitates grasping and retaining the process of photosynthesis with ease. Equip children of grade 3 and grade 4 with this chart to familiarize them with the concept.
The photosynthesis equation is presented in a visually appealing way in this chart. The word equation states the reactants - Co2 and H2O and the products glucose and O2 , followed by a balanced chemical equation.
Follow-up the equation chart with this complete-the-photosynthesis-equations activity, for children of grades 5 and 6 to reaffirm the concepts. Word equation and balanced chemical equations are included here.
This handout illustrates the process of photosynthesis with concise descriptions. Comprehend the vital components involved and the products of photosynthesis with easy-to-understand descriptions.
This basic photosynthesis vocabulary worksheet simplifies the process of photosynthesis. The concept is broken into simple chunks for a vivid understanding of the terms and process involved in photosynthesis.
Comprehend the process of photosynthesis with this fifth, sixth and seventh grade vocabulary worksheet. Definitions of terms associated with the light and dark reactions of photosynthesis have been included here.
Observe the photosynthesis process diagram presented in this 4th and 5th grade worksheet and plug in the words from the word box to complete the paragraph and answer the question "What is photosynthesis?".
Help students transit from passive listeners to active participants with this labeling-the-photosynthesis-process worksheet. Direct the students of grades 3 and 4 to use the words from the word box to label the diagram.
Refine the knowledge of students with this worksheet. Fourth and fifth grade students comprehend the major reactants and products and label them by recollecting the vocabulary words.
Brainstorm children of what they know and initiate discussions about each reactant and product with this worksheet. Instruct students of fifth and sixth grade to identify the reactants and products and describe them in a sentence.
Recapitulate the process of photosynthesis with this cut-and-paste activity worksheet. Snip the reactants and products involved in the process of photosynthesis and glue them in the appropriate boxes.
Test comprehension of 6th and 7th grade students with this fill-in-the-blanks worksheet, that includes subtle details of the photosynthesis process. Read the sentences and plug the missing term(s).
Employ this photosynthesis-matching-activity to assess the knowledge of students. Make one-to-one correspondence between the photosynthesis vocabulary words and their descriptions.
Develop an in-depth understanding of the process of photosynthesis. The labeled structure of the chloroplast chart indicates the exact location of the two processes within the leaf.
The light-dependent and light-independent reactions of photosynthesis have been clearly illustrated in this chart. The reactants and products of each stage are labeled as well.
Actively involve students with this label-the-photosynthesis-reactions activity. Reiterate the Light reactions and the Calvin-Benson Cycle by labeling the two reactions along with their reactants and products.
The differences between the light and dark reactions are stated vividly using a versatile graphic organizer, the T-chart. Integrate the T-chart to help students of grades 6 and 7 comprehend the differences between the light and dark reactions of photosynthesis.
Posing questions is an effective teaching technique. The questions in this worksheet are constructed to summarize the two stages in the process of photosynthesis and elicit responses in the form of definitions and comparisons.
The story of how humans and animals live is breathtaking. What's even more breathtaking is how plants get their energy on an everyday basis. Read this piece, and answer questions that ask you to eliminate the wrong title, write a short note and more.