PaPPUS Project: Plant Quiz Questionnaire for KS2 and KS3 young people

This survey will help us understand what you really think and know about Plants that either grow in your garden or in the wild.   Thanks for your help, we really appreciate it.  We hope you enjoy the quiz questions too.! Good luck with the challenge!

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* 1. Please indicate which School Year Group you belong to?

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* 2. Which of the following plants that grow wild in the UK and across Europe is deadly, deadly poisonous if eaten? Fact: The famous Greek philosopher Socrates died after taking it!

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* 3. If you wanted to know more about plants, where would you normally go to find out more information (e.g. ask a parent/teacher, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, Google etc.)?

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* 4. Police detectives and archaeologists use their knowledge of plants to unravel the story behind a crime scene or the events behind an archaeological find. Do you know what their job title is?

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* 5. In the list below, there are things that you can play games with or make using wild plants. Are there any that stand out as being fun and interesting to you?  Can you rate them on a 1 to 5 scale - with '5' being highly interesting. It would be great if you could say what makes them interesting too?

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* 6. Have you ever grown your own vegetables and/or herbs?

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* 7. Which of the leaves from one of these plants below is said to be good for easing the pain from a stinging nettle sting?

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* 8. Can you tell us if you already know these Uk wild Plants in the list below?

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* 9. One of these plants was used in Neolithic times to make cloth, paper, fishing nets, sails, tablecloths, ropes and textiles. It was also used by the German Army to dye their military uniforms in WW1. Which Plant is it?

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* 10. Imagine there are plants in your neighbourhood that could cure a disease, be used to make a bow and arrow, be used as thread for making clothes or to dye textiles.   Are these things that would make you go 'WOW' about a plant and want to know more?  If not, what features or plant superpowers would make you go 'WOW'?

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