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Exploring How Soil and Water are Useful Unit 4: Lesson 3 Vocabulary useful soil organisms
Soil What is soil? It has leaves, needles, pine cones, dead animals Soil has living organisms and dead organic mater, which decomposes into black humus.
Soil Soil has leaves, needles, pine cones, and dead animals
Soil. How is soil used? How is soil useful? What is in soil?
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How is Soil Used? Under school buildingsIn gardens
How is Water Used? Did you use any water today? What are some ways that water is used?
Water is used… to drinkto swim to wash hands to wash to decorate to fishto wash cars
Water is used… to brush teethfor foodto water plants
Water is used… Is water useful only for people?
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