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Parts of a Tree: Plant Worksheet for Class 2 Students - EasyShiksha



Trees are all tall ,small ,short and big land plants of the earth that usually survive for many years. They are woody plants that attain a height of about 4.5 metres (15 feet) after attaining maturity and are found all over the world in high numbers.

All trees have some basic environmental value and provide us with many Necessary benefits, such as producing oxygen, purifying the atmosphere, conserving water, preventing soil erosion, giving habitat to a wide variety of insects, birds, and animals.

All species of trees are mainly classified into two main types: deciduous trees and evergreen trees. Deciduous trees generally shed their leaves at a certain time of the year – usually in the autumn while types of evergreen trees keep their leaves throughout the year.

Two Main Categories of Trees

All of the thousands of species of trees fall into two categories – deciduous trees and evergreen trees.

Deciduous trees

Deciduous trees are the kind of trees that lose their leaves at certain times of the year. The term Deciduous means to “fall off at maturity.”

Evergreen trees

Species of evergreen trees such as spruce, pine, and fir trees that keep their leaves throughout the year. There are about 14 family groups of evergreen trees, and these trees provide colour in our gardens and landscapes all year long. Evergreen trees are the main reason why forests look so beautiful in winter landscapes.

Parts of trees

All trees share these basic parts, no matter what type of tree you’re examining.

So let’s look at them closely.


Tree’s root system pulls nutrients and water from the soil and carries it to the trunk for distribution throughout the tree’s body.


Once the water and minerals are passed through the roots and reach the trunk, they’re carried up through the outer layers of the tree just below the bark. The trunk doesn’t just transport water and minerals up from the ground, it also carries sugars from the leaves down to the roots to support and feed the root system of The plant.


These terms refer to the units that grow off from the trunk. The purpose of a branch is to support the leaves so that it can receive sunlight.


Leaves take the energy from the sun and convert it into food for the tree. You could call the leaves as the food factories of the tree. They contain chlorophyll, which gives the leaves the colour green. It is very important for photosynthesis as the leaves use the sun's energy to convert carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and water from the soil into sugar and oxygen.


Fruits are the storehouse of minerals and fibres. They are the main source of a balanced diet. Fruits are rich in vitamins and minerals which are essential for a healthy human body to function properly.

Instructions to solve the worksheet

Below is a picture for your child to identify and study the different parts of a tree so help them to learn by picking up the exact word to label the given tree parts and fill each of the boxes using the words given in the suggestion box.

Importance of Environmental Education

  • EVS helps children to develop their own insights into the functioning of several things or understanding human processes in their environment. Such interactions with their surrounding environment are immensely important for the healthy development of children.
  • Not only does environmental education offer opportunities for experiential learning outside of the classroom, it enables students to make connections and apply their learning in the real world.
  • EVS helps learners see the interconnectedness of social, ecological, economic, cultural, and political issues
  • By providing environmental education to students they will engage problem-solving techniques of the outer world to their subjects to understand a particular problem by implying outdoor environmental solutions.
  • Environmental Education gives students a new meaning of exploring mother nature to see and resolve the issues which are harmful to the environment and this will also help them in maintaining their own health by doing physical work so that their bodies will be immune from some serious health issues such as short-sightedness, obesity and in some cases even lack concentration.
  • The one major issue which we need to deal with is pollution and if we don’t educate our kids about the hazardous effects of environmental damage there will be no future in the world.
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