Class 4 The Green Plants-Worksheet on green plants

Class 4 The Green Plants-Worksheet on green plants

worksheet on green plants for grade 4 – Class 4 The Green Plants , what is the food factory of a plant etc …………………………….

Multiple Choice Questions:-

Plants produce food with the help of

  1. A) Flowers
  2. B) Green Leaves
  3. C) Roots

Some plants lack chlorophyll –

  1. a) Moulds
  2. b) Mushrooms
  3. c) both

The ________ is the source of energy on the Earth –

  1. a) The Sun
  2. b) The Moon
  3. c) Both

The food chain starts from a ______

  1. a) Consumer
  2. b) Producer
  3. c) None of these

To keep the balance, we must protect .

  1. a) Plants
  2. b) Animals
  3. c) Both

The process of removing a leaf’s green colour is known as

  1. a) Bleaching
  2. b) Cleaning
  3. c) None of these

Photosynthesis requires chlorophyll, sunlight, and

  1. a) Oxygen
  2. b) Carbon-dioxide
  3. c) Both

Fill in the blanks


  1. Leaves appear green due to the presence of………………….
  2. The flat part of the leaf is known as the ………………
  3. The food prepared by the process of photosynthesis is………………….
  4. Trees growing on mountains have ……….. like leaves 
  5. Leaves stores the extra food as ………… 


Answers of Fill in the blanks:

  1. Chlorophyll
  2. Leaf Blade
  3. Glucose
  4. Needle
  5. Starch


Write one word for the following:-


  1. Substance that makes leaves looks green…………
  2. The flat part of the leaf…………….
  3. Tiny opening that help plants to take in and give out air………..
  4. Process by which leaves prepare their own food……………
  5. The food factory of a Plant…………….


Correct answer of one word

  1. Chlorophyll
  2. Leaf Blade
  3. Stomata
  4. Photosynthesis
  5. Leaves


Short answer questions


Q. – Which part of the leaf is involved in the transportation of substance?

The veins present in the leaves helps in the transportation of substance to and from the leaf.


Q. – Why do leaves have stomata?

Stomata help plants to take in and out air.


Q. – How does chlorophyll help plants in the production of food?

Green plants produce food with the help of chlorophyll found in their leaves, as well as light water and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.


Q. – What is photosynthesis?

Photosynthesis is the process by which leaves convert sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide into food.


Q. – What happens to the food prepared by Green Leaves?

The plant’s stem and branches transport prepared food from the leaves to other parts of the plant. The plant uses some of its food in its daily activities.


Q. – Where is the extra food produced by the leaves stored?

Extra food is stored as starch in various parts of the plant.


Q. – What exactly is a food chain?

A food chain is a chain that depicts a series of organisms, each of which is dependent on the lower member of the series for food.


Q. – Explain the various leaf parts.

The leaves are divided into three sections: the main vein, the side vein, and the leaf blade.

  • A leaf blade is a flat part of a leaf.
  • A leaf has a main vein and numerous side veins.


Q. – What is the most important function of a leaf?

The leaves’ essential functions are as follows:

Because a plant’s leaf produces food, it is also known as the plant’s food factory.

It supports a plant’s ability to let air in and out through stomata.


Q. – How do leaves obtain all of the raw materials required for photosynthesis?

The following are the raw materials obtained by leaves for the photosynthesis process: water is absorbed by roots and carried through the stem, chlorophyll can absorb sunlight, and carbon dioxide is taken through tiny openings called Stomata.




Updated: April 17, 2021 — 11:02 pm

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