Plant Activities For Preschoolers. Parts of a Plant Worksheet

.Chloe Thompson
Plant Activities For Preschoolers. Parts of a Plant Worksheet

Plant Activities For Preschoolers. Parts of a Plant Worksheet

This week in Pre-K, you are likely to find the students exploring their gardening unit as it has been infused into the various learning centers.

In creative expression, the children have been busy as bees coloring, cutting, and pasting their flowers onto construction paper. Then as they label the various parts of their plant, the children practice sounding out the words.

At the sensory table children put their green thumbs to use as they dig in the soil and plant flowers to enjoy! Maybe at home you have some real flowers that need repotted or some garden seeds that need planted.

Children love the construction area because they can create their own flower garden by stacking the parts of the flowers to get just the look they are going for. Creativity, imagination, problem solving. these activities help boost all these skills. Plus, the class has talked about the life cycle of plants during group. So take a minute to ask you child what they've learned about plants this week!

Parts of a Plant Free Worksheet

Simply click on the desired picture for it to open at full-size, then print it! You can use plain printing paper as well as the A3 format.

Download free worksheet

Here are some activities you can do at home to extend your child's learning:

Gardening: If you have a garden at home, let your child help you plant or repot some flowers. They will love getting their hands dirty and seeing the results of their work.

Arts and Crafts: Provide your child with materials to create their own flower garden, such as construction paper, scissors, glue, and markers. Encourage them to use their imagination and problem-solving skills to create their ideal garden.

Reading: Look for books about plants and gardening at your local library or bookstore. Reading together is an excellent way to reinforce the life cycle of plants and the various parts of a flower.

Cooking: Use herbs or vegetables from your garden to cook with your child. They will enjoy seeing the fruits of their labor in the kitchen.

Photo source: Cadence Academy Preschool, Heartland

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Plant Activities For Preschoolers. Parts of a Plant Worksheet
March 31, 2023
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