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Plant Parts First Grade Bettie F. Williams Elementary
Roots Roots grow underground. Roots hold the plant into the soil. They take in water from the soil. roots
Stems Stems take water and nutrients to all of the other parts of a plant. Stem
Leaves Leaves take in sunlight and air to make food for the plant. leaf
Flowers Flowers help the plant make seeds and fruit. Seeds are carried by animals, wind, and water to new places. flower
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