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Spring bean growth with toddlers With the arrival of spring, everything grows. We learned about plant growth and planted our own beans with toddlers. With the arrival of spring, everything begins to grow. We learned with children the sequence on the spring...

Pumpkin Jack book and life cycle experiment We read the book Pumpkin Jack by Will Hubbell to our Pre-K class the week before Halloween and then started our own pumpkin experiment. We carved a bat shape into the pumpkin leaving all of the seeds and filling. We put the pumpkin into...

Science Experiments This Science experiment were fun to work with. It showw how plants give us the oxygen we need to breathe. Science behind the experiment The bubbles you observed on the leaf and sides of the glass were oxygen. Leaves take in...

Worksheets for Putting Plants in Budding Order These worksheets are fantastic for learning how to put plants in budding order. There is a flowering plant, strawberries, a flowering tree, and an apple tree. Budding plants You can cut each of the images into separate...

Learning About the Different Parts of Plants and What They Need to Live At Primrose School at Pinnacle, they learned all about the different parts of plants! The class also talked about the four things a plant needs to live. The kids stood in front of the class and pointed out the parts and discussed...

Work with grain and plasticine This work is for children with developmental disabilities. This work requires different types of grain, plasticine and a jar lid. From the beginning, the student should be introduced to the grains, allowed to feel them by hand. Pour...

Sunflower and Corn Play Dough Mats This craft is great for fine motor skills among kids of all ages. Kids can use pieces of play dough to fill in holes and that requires they carefully use their hands. How to do the play dough mats To do this activity you need...

Flower-themed Homework for the Kiddies My kids learned all about the parts of a plant and had a tracing sheet as homework and another worksheet where they had to draw the missing parts of the plant and say the words and sentences out loud. they did amazingly well. My class is...

Seed-Planting Activity for Toddlers At Mary's Little Lamb Learning Academy, the students learned about how plants grow by planting some seeds themselves in dirt and then helping water their soil until a plant began to emerge! It was a great activity to see in real-life...

Learning About the Life Cycle of Plants At Prep Montessori Academy of Garland, they have spent the week learning all about plants and their life cycle! The students have done a number of fun activities to learn all about plants and how they work. The kids had...

Planting Seeds Activity for Kids At Little School of Fish Preschool, they used little digging tools to plant seeds that then grew into little baby sprouts of plants! The children enjoyed learning about how to plant seeds, water them, and watch them grow. ...

Planting Spring and Summer Flowers With Kids At Kiddie Academy of Rosenberg, they planted flowers in the Spring to bloom during the Summer! It was a very educational and fun activity! Plant Your Own Spring and Summer Flowers If you want to plan your own Spring and...

Grow Your Own Carrots With Your Preschooler Bright Path Kids is a daycare provider in Canada and they did this fun activity where they planted and grew carrots with their children! You can easily do this at home and learn all about how vegetables grow! Materials Needed to...

Planting Flowers Preschool Activities The children enjoyed this activity especially the girls in the class. they were able to use their creativity skills to plant what flowers they want and how the outcomes looks like. Materials needed are: black bean/red...

Gardening Sensory Bin The children enjoys this sensorial bin as they are able to explore the bin with friends and also they are able to showcase their creativity in "planting" a pot of their own. The children are also able to identify and name the...

Make a Fairy Garden With Your Preschooler The Garden Home Community Library in Portland Oregon has been designing and offering tips for how to make a Fairy Garden! A fairy garden is like a little diorama of plants an decorations that can house the mythical creatures known as...

DIY Coloring Book About, "Plants That We Eat," For Young Students These free printables can be put together to form a do-it-yourself coloring book all about the plants we as humans can eat, fittingly titled, "Plants That We Eat. " A total of three sheets are printed and then assembled into a...

Flower Leaf Counting Activity for Young Students This counting activity involves students attaching leaves to flowers that equal the number listed upon each flower. This activity has two sheets--one with flowers and one with leaves. There are ten flowers total ( One, Two, ...

Flower Color Matching Activity for Preschool Students This matching activity is geared towards preschool students who are learning how to identify colors and read words. They do this by taking a colorful flower and matching it to its flower pot, which they can slide the flower into...

Printable Plant Shape Matching Activity for Preschool Students These printables are a clever and fun way for preschool students to learn about shapes and match them to the words for that shape. There are six sheets total, with four having a different shape named upon each sheet ( Square, ...


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