Fruit for School Projects – A non-fiction book about fruit, great facts for school projects and reading comprehension. Another great creative commons book from Open Equal Free, categorized by OEF as Level 2 – suitable for Grades 2 to 3, age 7 to 9 years old.
By: Megan Smith, Elissa Alvey, Dane Stogner
Text and Images from Fruit for School Projects
Fruit grows on plants all over the world.
Different fruits come from different
countries. These are apricots from
Fruits and vegetables are different. Fruits
have seeds but vegetables don’t. Some
seeds are very big, like in a peach. Some
seeds are tiny, like in a kiwi.
Fruits have seeds to make new plants.
When animals eat fruit they carry the
seeds far away. This lets plants grow in
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