Count how many indoor plants you have inside your house. Next, count how many different plants you have outside in your yard. Then, add how many plants you have altogether. Challenge: Can you figure out how many more plants you have outside than inside? Draw a picture to show your math.
Parts of plants
People Eat Plants. Eating plants helps us stay healthy. Together with a grown-up, search your kitchen for edible plants. Look for different parts of plants. For example: carrots or onions for roots; broccoli tops for flowers; lettuce for leaves; beans or peas for seeds; celery for stems; and bananas for fruit. Then pick out some plant parts to share as a snack!
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