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I'm a little bean sprout, green and small. Soon I'll be growing, nice and tall. My roots are in the soil, the sun shines on me. I can feel the raindrops, and I have air to breathe.
Water in the cells helps plants to grow and make food, makes leaves and stems firm and carries minerals from the soil.
You will need a glass, water, food coloring and a stalk of celery. The celery should be a fresh stalk with the leaves still attached.
Fill a glass about half full of water. Place several drops of red food coloring in it. Put the stalk of celery in the glass. Place the experiment near a sunny window and watch what happens.
In about one day, you'll see that one half of the leaves are beginning to turn red. This experiment shows how plants drink water, also known as capillary action.
If you add blue colour into water, leaves will be blue.
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