Ice worms and photosynthesis
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Do you want to know something great? Have you ever noticed that plants do not have to look for food to eat? They make their food themselves through a process called photosynthesis. We are going to look for some ice worms and I will tell you on the way!
YESSSS! ICE WORMS! WOOT WOOT!
I think I know what photosynthesis is! Isn't when the plants use sunlight to make their food?
Hurry up i want my Ice Worms!
YES! That is true, but there is a more broken down process to go through. Let me explain!
Ohhhh okay I understand now. Can we please get some Ice Worms now??
Photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplast and is the process that converts sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to glucose and oxygen.
It also uses ATP to generate the glucose and oxygen.
Yay! I understand. Thanks for letting me know more about photosynthesis!
ICE WORMS AND BUGS
No problem bro! Now lets get some Ice Worms!
Don't forget about photosynthesis while you eat the ice worms! What's the equation?
6CO2 + 6H2O + light energy = C6H12O6 + 6O2. The Ice Worms are amazing!!
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