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Parts of a Plant Grade 3
The student will learn: To identify the basic parts of a plant
The Stem: holds up the plant parts above the ground. has tiny tubes to transport water an nutrients to the plant’s parts.
Leaves: Make food for plants which is sugar Take in carbon dioxide through tiny openings in the leaves
Roots: Hold the plant in the ground Take in water and nutrients for the plant’s growth
Petals: Are the colored part of the plant
Let’s see what you learned: Which part of the plant holds it in the ground?
Let’s see what you learned: Which part of the plant holds it in the ground? Roots
Let’s see what you learned: Which part of the plant makes food for the plant?
Let’s see what you learned: Which part of the plant makes food for the plant? leaves
Let’s see what you learned: Which part of the plant holds it above the ground?
Let’s see what you learned: Which part of the plant holds it above the ground? stem
Let’s see what you learned: Which part of the plant is usually colored?
Let’s see what you learned: Which part of the plant is usually colored? petal
For more practice go to: html (go to label the plant) html
Resources: html (go to label the plant) html
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