3rd - 4th grade
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Science: Parts of a flower
by Hayden Paulette
Parts of flower
Roots collect the water and minerals so the flower can stay alive. If it didn't do that the flower would die.
The stem sucks up all the water and minerals like a straw.
Leaves make all of the food that the flower needs to survive. The food is called glucose.
Petals are the pretty things on the outside of the flower. Petals attract bees so they are pollinated.
When wind hits the flower the seeds scatter around and make new flowers.
What collects all of the minerals and water?
What attracts the bees?
What sucks all of the minerals and water like a straw?
What makes new flowers?
What makes glucose?