Flowers Activities & Centers for K-2nd, Special Education & Home Schooled Children. Resource includes Flowers: Literature List; Writing Station Words; Classroom Books; Student Booklet; Worksheets; Art Project; Literacy Centers; & Math Centers. Kids have some Flower fun while learning!
Flowers Literature List
Flowers Writing Station Words: Print and laminate a few colored copies of the Earth Day Writing Station words for students to use or copy one sheet for each student to put in their writing folder or journal.
“Our Tiny Seeds” Classroom Book: Copy cover on cardstock and then copy the student sheet for each student and have them write and draw what their seeds would grow into . Collect each student paper and make classroom book binding or stapling book together.
“How to Planta a Tiny Seeds” Classroom Book: Copy cover on cardstock and then copy the student sheet for each student and have them write an explanation of how to plant seeds to grow. Collect each student paper and make classroom book binding or stapling book together.
Student Booklet &Worksheets:
How Many Flowers Booklet: Students would work on this booklet during center or worktime practicing their colors and numbers. You can copy the pages on regular paper, they are printed so you can copy back to back to make individual student booklets.
“ Plant the Seed” Retelling (3 types): After reading the story a few times, have students fill out the story retelling organizer, beginning, middle, and ending of the story. Three different types of organizers
“The Tiny Seed” Retelling (2 types): After reading the story a few times, have students fill out the story retelling organizer, beginning, middle, and ending of the story. One organizer has the boxes with lines and one is a flower shape.
How Does a Seed Grow Organizer.: After reading the story a few times, have students fill out the organizer by drawing or writing words on what happens to the seed during each season of the year.
The Tiny Seed Art Project: Copy and assemble the Flower & Acrostic poem the directions and template page in unit. Hang the flowers & poems in the hallway or in the classroom for decorations.
Flower Sight Word Game: Spelling Word Game: Children place cards face down and take turns drawing a card. If student can read the word, they keep it, if they cannot they must put it back. If they draw a Sun or Cloud Card follow its directions They must read all their cards, the person who has the most cards wins. Memory Game: Make two sets of the sight word cards and children place the cards face down in rows. They take turns turning two cards over to see if they have matched the same words. If it does they keep both cards, if not they turn the cards back over and the next child has a turn. The person who has the most matches wins the game.
Flowers Word Game: Students insert vowels butterflies (a, e, i, o & u) onto line on the word cards and make words. Students can write words on white boards or paper. They may also use the Make A Word worksheets included in this resource.
Flowers Roll It! Read It Short Vowel Sounds: Two game cards with words for Short Vowel Sounds of a, e, i, o & u; Students roll one dice and read the words or sentences in the row they have rolled.
Flower Ten Frame Match : Use these ten frame mats with students to help them with their one-to-one correspondence, counting skills and ten frame use. Print and laminate the cards so students can place the correct number of flowers on the ten frames that corresponds with the numeral on the page and also practice writing the numerals with markers. The flower template are provided, but you may use any manipulate you want.
Flowers Roll & Bump Games: Roll two or three number cubes and add those numbers. Cover that space with your marker. You can bump your partner’s color and take their space! If you cover a space with two markers stacked on top of each other, you lock that space and can’t be bumped. The player to use all ten of their markers first is the winner!
Flowers Roll & Cover: (2 different games): One Dice Roll: Roll one die and count your dots. Cover the number of dots you rolled with your marker. Two players will need to use two different colors. Covering the most numbers wins! Two Dice Roll: Roll two die and count your dots. Cover the number of dots you rolled with your marker. Two players will need to use two different colors. Covering the most numbers wins!