⭐This NEWLY UPDATED interactive plant unit is exactly what you need for your Kinders and 1st Graders! Your students will enjoy learning all about plants and how we use them while practicing their writing skills! It includes 40+ easy-to-use plants activities for a full week of learning about plants that include charts, pocket chart activities, writing prompts, printables, and so much more!
This unit is a week lessons plans all about plants that covers:
What is a plant?
What are the parts of a plant?
How do we use plants?
What does a plant need?
This plant unit perfect for Kinders and more! This pack contains plants printables and playable activities to cover the topic of plants and flowers.
This pack covers the following topics and includes:
⭐What is a Plant?
What is a Plant? Teacher Charts and Student Printable
What is a Plant? Pocket Chart Sorting Pieces
What is a Plant? Printable
⭐What are the Parts of a Plant?
Parts of a Plant Teacher Charts and Student Printable
Parts of a Plant Pocket Chart Sorting Pieces
Parts of a Plant Printable
Uses the words: seeds, flower, stem, leaf, leaves, & more!
⭐How Do We Use Plants?
Use Plants Teacher Charts and Student Printable
Use Plants Pocket Chart Sorting Pieces
How Do We Use Plants Printable
⭐What Does a Plant Need?
Plant Need Teacher Charts and Student Printables (2 versions)
Plant Need Pocket Chart Sorting Pieces
Plant Need Printable
⭐2 Types of ABC Order Printables
2 Versions of a plant themed syllable game and matching plant printables
⭐Plant or Not?
Science center activity and printable
What Others Are Saying:
“The resource pictures are nice and clear. My students were very engaging with each activities. They enjoyed learning about plants and applied in their personal life. Thanks for making this resource.”
“Not only did my students learn from this, I also learned a couple of interesting facts from this. This resource made ‘throwing’ a lesson together so easy!”
“This packet is a must if you are going to be studying plants with your kids. This unit has a lot of great activities to do with the kids.”
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by Mary Amoson
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