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Plant Habitats: Plant Worksheet for Class 2 Students - EasyShiksha

EVS worksheet : Plant Worksheet for class 2 students

Introduction:

A habitat is the place where a plant lives. It must have adequate food, water, sunlight and space. Each type of habitat has specific characteristics that pair and suit well with different kinds of plants. Habitat is the natural home or environment of a plant, animal, or other organism. It provides the organisms that live there with food, water, shelter and space to survive. Habitats consist of both biotic and abiotic factors. There are many types of plant habitats, but forests, woodlands, grasslands, and deserts are the most common throughout the world.

Plants and their habitats

Plants , like all living organisms, have basic needs: a source of nutrition (food), water, healthy air , space in which to live and an optimal temperature in order to grow and reproduce. Habitat is the place where they get it all.

Desert Habitat

Deserts and scrublands are landscapes that have scarce precipitation. They’re known to be the driest areas on Earth and that makes living there extremely difficult. There are areas that receive very little rainfall, even less than 25 cm annually. In hot desert, daytime temperature in summer can reach up to 45 degree Celsius. Plants such as cactus, are found here. Still, deserts are rather diverse habitats. Some are sun-baked lands that experience high daytime temperatures. Others are cool and go through chilly winter seasons.

Forest Habitat

Forests are a large area covered densely with plants. Forests and woodlands are habitats dominated by trees and cover about one-third of our planet's available land . Most of the different types of plants and animals have forest as their habitat.

There are mainly three major types of forests on Earth: tropical, temperate, and boreal. Each has a different assortment of climate characteristics, species compositions, and wildlife communities.

Aquatic habitat

Aquatic habitats may contain fresh water or saline water. Freshwater habitats include streams, rivers, marshes, ponds, and lakes. Saltwater habitats include oceans, seas, salt lakes, salt marshes, and saltwater swamps etc. . (Oceans and seas are also described as marine habitats.) Estuaries are coastal bodies of water located where rivers meet the sea, and thus contain a mixture of seawater and river water. The salinity, or concentration of salt, of an aquatic habitat is a very critical factor—organisms adapted to life in saltwater habitats would be unlikely to thrive in a freshwater habitat, and vice versa.

Instructions to solve the worksheet

Given below are some pictures for your child to identify and study the different plants and their different habitats so help them to and learn to understand the concept by matching the plants to their correct habitat.

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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