A flower is a beautiful thing. Poetry has been written about it, and in some cultures, flowers can symbolise many things---from love to a new birth and more. In nature, the flower's purpose is reproduction. Flowers can be one sex or a mixture of both. Games about parts of a flower can aid in learning by presenting the knowledge in a fun activity.
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Play "Life Cycles," a game offered by BBC K52 Bitesize Science, to learn the parts of a flower. Drag flower parts into the corresponding boxes to win. If you deliver the parts of the flowers to the proper boxes, you can click the magnifying glass to read information about each part.
"Parts of a Flower"
The "Parts of a Flower" game, offered on the Purpose Games website, is more challenging than "Life Cycles." When you press the start button, the name of a flower part appears, and you have to press the blue button next to the matching flower part. The game is timed. If you choose the wrong part of the flower, you hear a boing-like noise; choose the wrong answer multiple times and you'll see a message telling you to use a hint. You get praise if you choose correctly more than once. The game enables you to see your score and how you compared with other game players.
"Parts of a Flower Word Search Fun"
"Parts of a Flower Word Search Fun," offered on the Soft Schools site, is geared toward word search fans. You are presented a list of flower parts to find. Press start to begin the timer, and highlight the words using the mouse. You can play the game over and over to improve your time.
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