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Second Grade Reading
fruit Part of a plant that contains seeds.
root Part of a plant that takes in water and holds the plant in place.
soil Top layer of Earth’s surface.
wither To dry up.
cycle A series of actions that happen in the same order.
smooth Flat or even.
bumpy Covered with high spots or lumps.
vine A plant with a long, thin stem.
harvest To gather crops.
tendrils A slender, curling of a plant.
fruit soil root harvest vine bumpy smooth cycle wither tendrils
Mom buys a lot of and vegetables for us to eat. bumpy smooth cycle wither tendrils fruits soil root harvest vine
The farmer had to the wheat to sell for bread. bumpy smooth cycle wither tendrils fruits soil root harvest vine
The was rich with minerals and vitamins and produced beautiful plants. fruits soil root harvest vine bumpy smooth cycle wither tendrils
The of the plant bring up water and nutrients to the tree. bumpy smooth cycle wither tendrils fruits soil root harvest vine
Pumpkins grow on a. fruits soil root harvest vine
After grapes they will become raisins. fruits soil root harvest vine bumpy smooth cycle wither tendrils
The picture show the life of a plant.
Some fruits are and some are. bumpy smooth cycle wither tendrils fruits soil root harvest vine
adapt annual nutrients bury undisturbed ancient massive sprout
adapt To change to fit new situations or surroundings.
sprout A very young plant.
massive Something that is extremely large.
ancient Very old things.
undisturbed Not bothered or not moved from its normal place or situation.
bury To put something in a hole under the ground.
nutrients Things like proteins, vitamins, and minerals that people, animals, or plants need in order to grow and be healthy.
annual Something that happens one time a year.
adapt annual nutrients bury undisturbed ancient massive sprout
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