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Name:[PHOTOSYNTHESIS]Date: Per:Q u e st i o nC ho i ce AC ho i ce BC ho i ce C1. The process by which cells captureenergy from the sun and convert itinto food is called cellular light green]nitrogen[yellow]chlorophyll[dark green]glucose[light green]chloroplast[dark green]nucleus[light ne[brown]anthocyanin[pink]soil[pink]sunlight[dark purple]glucose[red]6. The tiny openings on the undersideof a leaf that help plants take in CO2are omata[purple]7. What structure contains thechlorophyll that is used to absorblight?chloroplast[orange]thylakoid[light purple]stroma[pink]8. Which of the following is notrequired for photosynthesis to takeplace?sunlight[blue]water[orange]oxygen[red]9. What happens to the sugar thatplants make during photosynthesis?it is stored asstarch forlater use[light red]it evaporatesthrough thestomata[purple]it returns tothe soil[blue]10. The source of oxygen producedduring photosynthesis is glucose[black]water[orange]sunlight[brown]11. Which of the following statementsis false?Photosynthesistakes place inautotrophs.[brown]Oxygen is aproduct ofphotosynthesis.[black]Photosynthesistakes place in thenucleus ofplant cells.[blue]12. Which of the following statementsis true?Photosynthesistakes placeprimarily in plantleaves.[light red]Plants obtaintheir ”food”from the soil.[red]Photosynthesisoccurs onlyin plants.[purple]2. Plants use water, carbon dioxide,and sunlight to produce oxygen,water, and 3. In which cell organelle doesphotosynthesis occur?4. A plants green color comes from apigment called 5. What is the source of energy forphotosynthesis? Morpho ScienceDirections: Answer each question by circling the correct choice. After you have finished all questions,color the picture on the back using the corresponding color choice. You may choose any color youwant for any parts of the picture that are not assigned a color.

5688799152672 1112716523111328121431156121410731198876597685 Morpho Science“By blending water and minerals from below withsunlight and CO2 from above, green plants link theearth to the sky. We tend to believe that plantsgrow out of the soil, but in fact most of theirsubstance comes from the air.”- F r i t j o f C a p ra -

KeyName:[PHOTOSYNTHESIS]Date: Per:Q u e st i o nC ho i ce AC ho i ce BC ho i ce C1. The process by which cells captureenergy from the sun and convert itinto food is called cellular light green]nitrogen[yellow]chlorophyll[dark green]glucose[light green]chloroplast[dark green]nucleus[light ne[brown]anthocyanin[pink]soil[pink]sunlight[dark purple]glucose[red]6. The tiny openings on the undersideof a leaf that help plants take in CO2are omata[purple]7. What structure contains thechlorophyll that is used to absorblight?chloroplast[orange]thylakoid[light purple]stroma[pink]8. Which of the following is notrequired for photosynthesis to takeplace?sunlight[blue]water[orange]oxygen[red]9. What happens to the sugar thatplants make during photosynthesis?it is stored asstarch forlater use[light red]it evaporatesthrough thestomata[purple]it returns tothe soil[blue]10. The source of oxygen producedduring photosynthesis is glucose[black]water[orange]sunlight[brown]11. Which of the following statementsis false?Photosynthesistakes place inautotrophs.[brown]Oxygen is aproduct ofphotosynthesis.[black]Photosynthesistakes place in thenucleus ofplant cells.[blue]12. Which of the following statementsis true?Photosynthesistakes placeprimarily in plantleaves.[light red]Plants obtaintheir ”food”from the soil.[red]Photosynthesisoccurs onlyin plants.[purple]2. Plants use water, carbon dioxide,and sunlight to produce oxygen,water, and 3. In which cell organelle doesphotosynthesis occur?4. A plants green color comes from apigment called 5. What is the source of energy forphotosynthesis? Morpho ScienceDirections: Answer each question by circling the correct choice. After you have finished all questions,color the picture on the back using the corresponding color choice. You may choose any color youwant for any parts of the picture that are not assigned a color.

Morpho Science“By blending water and minerals from below withsunlight and CO2 from above, green plants link theearth to the sky. We tend to believe that plantsgrow out of the soil, but in fact most of theirsubstance comes from the air.”- F r i t j o f C a p ra -

There are many different ways you can use my color-by-number activities.Here are some ideas to help you utilize this resource.SUGGESTED USES OF MY COLOR BY NUMBERS:1. Use as a classroom assignment when you have time to spare2. Give to early finishers who need a challenge3. Assign as homework4. Use as a fun sub lesson5. Use as a quiz6. Give to students who have ISS (In School Suspension)7. Give to students during a long station activity. Students who finishtheir station early can work on the color-by-number. This will helpstations flow and minimize behavior problems due to idle time.8. Save for Fun Fridays or Rainy Days9. Make it a fun group challenge. See below for directions.GROUP CHALLENGE DIRECTIONS:1.2.3.4.5.6.Copy the question sheet and blank coloring page front to back.Announce to students: “You will be receiving a paper that includes questions regardingPhotosynthesis. Your job is to work in teams to correctly answerthe questions. It is important that you discuss each question asa team. Everybody will receive their own question sheet, but allteam members should have the exact same answers. If you donot know an answer, make your best educated guess. The teamwith the most questions answered correctly will get a prize!”Pass one assignment to each student and send them to their team(either assigned or let them choose their teammates). I recommendteams of 3-4 students.Give the class approximately 20-30 minutes to complete thequestions.Once time is up, tell students to get out a pen and review the correctanswers. I would just allow students to grade their own papers butemphasize that it is important for them to grade honestly.You can give the team with the most correct answers a prize such asearly to lunch passes, extra credit, or whatever reward you have onhand.

FROM: Morpho ScienceTerms of Use:oooThis document is for your personal classroom use only.This entire document, or any parts within, may not beelectronically distributed or posted to any website; this includesa classroom website.If you would like to share this document with other educators,you must purchase the appropriate number of licenses.Multiple licenses can be purchased for a reduced cost on theproduct page.Credits:The following artist(s) contributed to this product:KG FontsKB3 Fonts Sarah Pecorino Lovely JubbliesQuestions?If you have questions or suggestions please go to theProduct Q&A section on the product page prior to writing a review.I’m happy to fix any mistakes or apply suggestions.Happy Teaching! JCreated by Morpho ScienceCopyright November 2017 Morpho ScienceAll rights reserved by author.

Photosynthesis takes place in autotrophs. [brown] Oxygen is a product of photosynthesis. [black] Photosynthesis takes place in the nucleus of plantcells. [blue] 12. Which of the followingstatements is true? Photosynthesis takes place primarily in plant leaves. [light red] Plants obtain their ”food” from the soil. [red] Photosynthesis .

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