Plant Life Cycle and Book Companion: This pack consists of two parts, a sunflower life cycle pack and a book companion for The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle.
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Sunflower Life Cycle Pack:
1. Sequencing Activity: Pocket Chart Picture Sort
Students sequence the life cycle of a sunflower by sorting the cards in order.
2. Sequencing Activity: Cut & Paste
Students follow up with a cut and paste page showing the sunflower’s life cycle.
3. Information Cards
Students will learn about how tiny seeds grow and change to become plants.
4. Student Booklets
Students will use the information they’ve learned to fill in their booklets. Simple to differentiate! Have students write, draw, both write AND draw, OR cut & paste the life cycle stages in the flip books.
1. Sequencing the Story
Students sequence the story’s events by sorting, cutting, and pasting the pictures.
2. Retelling the Story
Students illustrate and/or write about what happens in the story.
3. Vocabulary Word Search
Students work with words from the text and extend their vocabulary.
4. ABC Order
Students sort words from the text in alphabetical order.
5. Seeds in Every Season
Students draw what happens to the seeds during each season.
6. Word Sort
Students sort words from the story by how many letters are in each word, using the word/picture cards, and fill in a recording page.
7. Syllable Sort
Students will say and clap words from the story (using the word/picture cards), sort them by how many syllables they have, and fill in a recording page.
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