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We Need Air!
All living things need air to stay alive. Air is made of gases. The gas we breathe in is oxygen. When we breathe out, we release a gas called carbon dioxide into the air. Most animals do this.
Did you know that the roots and leaves of a plant can take in air? Plants do the opposite of what you do! They take in carbon dioxide. This gas is in the air. Plants release oxygen back into the air.
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1. What is all around us?CorrectIncorrect
2. No plants or animals can live without what?CorrectIncorrect
3. What is the gas we take in?CorrectIncorrect
4. When we breathe out, we release what?CorrectIncorrect
5. Solve each riddle by matching the solution to the question.
What is air made of?
What do plants need to take in from the air?
What do plants release back into the air?