This colorful worksheet will teach kids the very basics about plants! Great for a preschool unit or kindergarten class. Easy to print for at home learning this spring as flowers start to bloom too! Includes 4 other FREE worksheets with math, matching, and tracing!
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What a busy week! I can’t believe it is only Thursday! Well we’ve been up to our elbows in plants this week. Here’s a peek at what’s been “sproutin”” in our classroom! To kick off our seeds and plants unit, we’ve been using The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle (You can check out this special […]
4 Easy and Quick Parts of a Plant Activities: A Simple Plant Project - 1. Simple 3D Parts of a Plant Craft – Pull together a simple but meaningful craft as students create a 3D flower using items you probably already have around the classroom. Label the parts of the flower to review plant parts.
Plants are one of my favorite science units to teach! There just so many fun activities and experiments that students can do- and lots of them tie into other subjects. :) One of my favorite lessons to teach are the parts of a plant. I always start by reading Tops and Bottoms by Janet Stevens- click here to see it! My students always love that book! After reading, I bring out some vegetables that I bought with the roots and stems still attached. For some reason my students always go crazy as…
I love doing plant experiments and sprouting seeds with young children in the spring. Not only do they get excited to see how plants grow but planting seeds also teaches them patience and how to wait for gratification which is very important in this fast-paced, instant gratification world in which we now live. In this […]