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.”
This counting activity involves students attaching leaves to flowers that equal the number listed upon each flower.
This matching activity is geared towards preschool students who are learning how to identify colors and read words.
These printables are a clever and fun way for preschool students to learn about shapes and match them to the words for that shape.
This printable activity is great for preschool and kindergarten students! It involves, “Hiding,” a print-out of a root vegetable in a pocket and asking students to try to identify what kind of root vegetable it is via its leaves!
These posters are great to use in the classroom with young students.
When spring arrives it is the perfect time for discussion of what parts of plants we eat for our food. After all, plants are an extremely important part of our everyday lives.
This printable activity is focused on how there are many plants that exist which we eat and how they grow a variety of ways.
Seriate (arrange in a sequence) at least three items by size, in this case it is pumpkins. These can be done from smallest-to-largest or largest-to-smallest (ascending or descending order) and then be sure to use the following comparative vocabulary of largest and smallest.
These Oak tree science activities for preschool are as fun as they are educational.