African Daisy Botany Science Nonfiction Read Aloud

Cara from Montara
Grade Levels
2nd - 4th, Homeschool
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42 pages
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Cara from Montara


This nonfiction botany read-aloud about African Daisies (osteospermum) is a great way to bring the outdoors into your primary classroom! Carefully explains fun facts about this purple flower in a way that is easy for young readers to understand. Twenty-six pages of vibrant pictures, questions for the reader, and exciting facts to study!

The Stunning Osteospermum was written by a veteran teacher, who has taught for over 20 years.

Osteospermum Nonfiction Read Aloud:

  • 25-page book full of vibrant pictures of fun facts
  • Detailed printing directions (print in color on cardstock)
  • Use it while you are studying botany with your class.
  • Place it in your classroom library for students to enjoy.
  • Read, go outside, and find an osteospermum plant to study!

To further your study on African Daisies, you might like:

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42 pages
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