What Grows In The Garden? Spinner Craft : Veggie And Fruit Garden

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  1. Learn about your garden with these two coloring spinner crafts. Perfect for spring crafting. Low prep crafts.The Insects In My Garden spinner includes the following insects: ladybug, butterfly, dragonfly, ant and bee .The What Grows In My Garden? spinner includes veggies (potatoes, lettuce, carrots)
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Learn about how plants grow or what parts of a plant we eat with this garden spinner craft. You will find veggies (potatoes, lettuce, carrots), fruits (strawberries) and flowers (sunflowers) in our garden.

Students cut out the two wheels, color and attach them together with a paper fastener. You have the option to print one wheel per page (bigger wheels) or two wheels per page (smaller wheels). Choose the spinner with or without words.

The PDF includes:

-a list of supplies

-directions

-patterns

-photos of the final project

-photos of steps to be followed

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