The following activities will help students identify the different parts of a plant and what part of the plant we are eating when we eat different fruits and vegetables. On different plants, we eat different parts: roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruit, and seeds. Begin the discussion with an image of a plant that includes all six parts: roots, stem, leaves, flower, fruit, and seeds. Explain that on different plants, we eat different parts of the plant. Give examples of each type and show a photo:.
tops and bottoms by janet stevens
Chapter 2: Tops & Bottoms, the Parts of a Plant | How's It Growing?
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Tops & Bottoms
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