Plant themed learning activities will help teach your little learners all about the parts of plants, the life cycle of a plant, and record observations of their growing plants in their journals. Plus, there are both math and literacy activities to help support learning about plants across the curriculum. Take a look at everything that is included in this value priced pack!
• Color Matching Activity: Students match the flowers by color and color word. To add more of a challenge, use the color sight words in black font. This activity can be used on cookie sheets, magnet boards, in pocket charts, or be made into a file folder game.
• Bright Blooms Memory Match: Play a memory game or play face up for younger learners. Ideas for use: Pass out and have students find their matching partner, place around the room and have students find the matching card. Can also be used in a pocket chart. An ink saving pattern is available, just run on construction paper or color with markers.
• Bright Blooms Color Sheet: Two versions are available, depending on the level of your learner. One has color word written in matching color font and the other is in black font.
• Shasta Shape Cards: Students match leaves and/or flowers to the matching shape cards.
• Shasta Shape Student Sheet: Students cut and glue the daisy that has the matching shaped leaves.
• Alphabet Cards: Students place upper and lowercase leaves on the flower that has the matching letter sound picture in the center.
• ABC Flower Find: Pick an alphabet card or name a letter or letter sound. Students find and color in the letter on their recording sheets. Four versions of the sheets are available. Choose the one that works best for your learner(s).
• Counting Flower Petals: Cards from 0 to 10 display flowers with numbered petals. Students count petals. They can match with a number card, if desired.
• Number cards from 0 to 31: Use during calendar time, print two copies and play memory, pass out and have students line up in numeral order, place a series of cards in a row. Students can figure out what number comes before or after or what number is missing in the series.
• Label a Flower Activity: Both color and black and white pages are available. Students cut and glue the words to label the parts of a plant.
• Anchor Chart Pieces: Create your own anchor chart to teach the parts of a plant. Use with the student label a plant sheets, if desired.
• What Do Plants Need? Emergent Reader: A simple take home emergent reader that focuses on what plants need to survive.
• Life Cycle of a Plant Activity: Students can cut and glue pictures to make a poster of art activity to show the life cycle of plants. Pattern is offered in both color and black and white. Several options are available to choose from, depending on the level of your learners.
• Flower Pot Patterns: Pattern is offered in black and white or in colored ink. Cut out the middle and tape onto a baggie of soil and seeds to display your growing plant.
• My Plant Journal: Two covers to choose from and a journal page to make plant journals for your students to record the stages of growth for their plants. Run as many journal pages as needed.
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