Plant lessons

Discover a variety of plant lessons that are both educational and fun. Explore hands-on activities and learn fascinating facts about plants to nurture your love for nature.
Next time you need hands-on plant activities, check out this post where I walk you through a variety of activities for teaching the needs of plants, the parts of plants and their functions, photosynthesis, a plant's life cycle, pollination, plant cells, chlorophyll, plant adaptations, and so much more! Click through to learn more! Plant Experiments First Grade, School Garden Club Activities, Plant Lessons For First Grade, Plants Stem Activities, Ckla Kindergarten Plants, Life Cycle Of A Plant Project, Plant Reproduction Activities, Life Cycle Activities 3rd Grade, Planting Activities For Kindergarten

10 Engaging Hands-On Plant Activities

Next time you need hands-on plant activities, check out this post where I walk you through a variety of activities for teaching the needs of plants, the parts of plants and their functions, photosynthesis, a plant's life cycle, pollination, plant cells, chlorophyll, plant adaptations, and so much more! Click through to learn more!

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Padmashri Mallya
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We're Sproutin'!

What a busy week! I can’t believe it is only Thursday! Well we’ve been up to our elbows in plants this week. Here’s a peek at what’s been “sproutin”” in our classroom! To kick off our seeds and plants unit, we’ve been using The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle (You can check out this special […]

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Stylish Travellers
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Life Cycle (Butterfly, Frog, Chicken, Plant) Teaching Ideas Plus Free Downloads - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block

Teaching young children about life cycles helps them better understand nature and the world around them. They can start to see how things change and grow. When teaching life cycles, I like to teach a number of them (butterfly, frog, chicken, plant) one at a time and then compare and contrast them at the end. […]

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mercedes