Give your students a fun way to learn plant parts! This interactive folding notes page is designed to teach students the fundamental structure and function of the four main components of a plant: roots, stems, leaves, and flowers. It contains a card sort with visuals for the main function of each plant part. The notes portion under each tab is fill-in-the-blank, and the whole foldable can be added into an interactive notebook for future reference. It can be used at lower grade levels as well as in higher grades as a quick review of the basic parts of plants and their functions. I use it in my biology classroom but have also given it to 1st grade teachers who teach the parts of plants, and they love it. I included notes for upper grade levels as well as lower grade levels. Make sure to print the one that best fits your students' needs.
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-Flower illustration and notes page for elementary students
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-PowerPoint to guide students in creating/coloring and filling in blanks
-Color images or black-and-white images for coloring
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