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Flower Power

Use the clues in this E-Adventure to discover how a flower's size, shape, color, and smell have the power to attract pollinators!

Tap to check off things you find!

Nature's Color Palette

Different colors of flowers don't just look beautiful to us, they attract different kinds of pollinators! Which colors can you find?

  • Yellow

  • Purple

  • Red or Pink

  • White

  • Blue

  • Other


Powerful Pollinators

Over 180,000 species of plants need pollinators to reproduce. Pollinators get covered in pollen when they feed from one flower and then spread it to other flowers when they move on to their next meal. How many of these important pollinators can you find?

  • Bees

  • Butterflies

  • Beetles

  • Bats

  • Birds


Parts of a Flower

Look closely at a flower and tap to highlight each part you find.

Sepal Petals Stem Filament Anther Style Ovary Stigma

 

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