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(Types of Leaves) All plants have leaves. However, some leaves look alike while others look very different. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be flat, smooth, or even pointy. Deciduous, which means “tending to fall off,” plants have flat leaves that can be large or small, and rounded or jagged. These leaves change color during autumn months and fall off. They grow again every spring. Coniferous plants, on the other hand, are known as evergreen plants. They have needles which stay green all year round. These needles may fall off from time to time, but the plants do not lose them all at once. Even though they may look different, all leaves use light and air to make food.Questions: 1. What do all leaves have in common? 2. Explain the importance of the term “deciduous” when used to describe that particular type of leaf. 3. What can you infer about coniferous plants? 4. Rewrite the title of the text to show the main idea of the information given.