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From The Trees

Preparation make signs with the different parts of a tree such as roots, trunk, leaves, nuts, and fruits.

The Roots from some trees are used to make herbal teas.

From the stumps of trees come charcoal, tar oil, and wood tar.

Logs are used to make lumber and from the lumber you can make boxes, cabinets, flooring and more; all of these from the trunk.

From the sap of the trees you can get maple syrup; this sap comes from the trunk, also.

The leaves of the trees supply us with oils and extracts.

Nuts come from trees and are used by us and our animal friends.

Fruits come from certain trees and are enjoyed by all.

Trees supply us with a lot of products and are a great natural resource in our country. Let’s pledge to a great country.

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