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Plant Parts

Plant Parts

Plant Parts. By Mrs. Hicks. Let’s Look at a Plant…. Let’s name the parts of this plant:. flower. leaf. stem. What important part cannot be seen?. Did you say “Roots”?. What’s the job of the roots? They hold the plant in place. They take in water from the soil.

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Plant Parts

Plant Parts

Plant Parts. Public Parts. flower. leaf. stem. What important part cannot be seen?. Did you say “Roots”?. What’s the job of the roots? They hold the plant in place. They take in water from the soil. They take in minerals from the soil. What does the stem do?. The stem’s jobs:

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Plant Parts

Plant Parts

Plant Parts. By Mrs. Hicks. Let’s Look at a Plant…. Let’s name the parts of this plant:. flower. leaf. stem. What important part cannot be seen?. Did you say “Roots”?. What’s the job of the roots? They hold the plant in place. They take in water from the soil.

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