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Preschool Plants and Gardens

Ideas for the plants and gardens theme in your preschool: art, science, snacks and more.

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Preschool Plants and Gardens

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How to make a seed book for your science center w/ ziplock bags & real seeds

Make a Seed Book - PreKinders
  • Samantha Cooke
    Samantha Cooke

    Great activity. I always grow TickleMe Plant seeds with my classes as the children can see the only plant that will move their leaves and lower their branches when tickled! Find TickleMe Plant classroom kits online.

It's plant time!!

It's plant time!!
  • fortunata cueto
    fortunata cueto

    that's great, I can do this with my children now that I am in the unit about plants.

Exploring seeds using The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle (or any other seed book you choose)

Exploring seeds in the gardening center

Science for Kids: Observing Plant Growth with Bulbs (with a FREE printable observation sheet!)~ Buggy and Buddy

Science for Kids: Observing Plant Growth Using Bulbs

Tops and Bottoms (book) - We are starting a plant unit and this is a perfect visual for that.

First Grade Fever!: plants
  • Iris Lopez
    Iris Lopez

    just love it, we read this today, I know what to do tomorrow

  • claire cardno
    claire cardno

    this to print

KMG-This is a great charting activity with plants and can be used toward the end of the lesson to ensure that the students understand the lesson. The parts of the plant and what the plants give are more complex complex concepts for kindergarten, but it is still okay to introduce and teach it. I just will not require reciprocation of the information in order to achieve mastery.

Eberhart's Explorers
  • Marjorie Kingston
    Marjorie Kingston

    Love this activity

lovely cheesecake

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pretend garden for our dramatic play center

Create with Kiddos

Create a mini-greenhouse

Creating a mini-greenhouse in preschool

    Brilliant idea thank you- just what I was looking for will be trying this one with my minded children

  • Jean Colopy
    Jean Colopy

    This is a great idea!

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    barbara edwards


  • Jean Colopy
    Jean Colopy

    I did this with my class and you should have seen the beans sprout. The children enjoyed making the frame of the greenhouse. Will do it again this Spring.

Neat way to teach about the parts of a tree.

A Little Learning For Two: Science
  • Angela Willis
    Angela Willis

    I like this. I think even better would be to somehow use real sticks as branches.

  • Jo Fly
    Jo Fly

    Wow, love it!

  • Jeanne Ng
    Jeanne Ng

    Love this! Will use it in my K1 class!

You Tube videos for Kindergarten

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Worksheets: Plant Life Cycle Flash Cards

Plant Life Cycle Flash Cards

rocks and shells set in concrete for a garden embellishment

September Preschool Crafts | Starting A Preschool

the tiny seed

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Plant Growth: great video to show the kids plant life cycle

Plant Life Cycle

Grow carrots in a 2 liter soda bottle.

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Garlic in a tin, onions in a pot and other cool tips for growing veg in a container.

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parts of a plant song

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  • Magdalene Das
    Magdalene Das

    The song is great. So cheery and rhythmic! Thank you.

  • Christina Sekou
    Christina Sekou

    love it

DIY garden stones - use a cake pan!

How to Make Stepping Stones - with a Cake Pan

Totally Tots: Jack’s Garden: Vocabulary ~Once Upon a Book

Totally Tots: Jack’s Garden: Vocabulary ~Once Upon a Book

from teach preschool, use clear contact paper, sticky side up and packing tape to anchor. Put supplies in cups and let the chilren explore. Use with gail Gibbons and Eric Carles books about seeds

From seed to flower at the sticky table
  • Magdalene Das
    Magdalene Das

    Thank you for the ideas., will use them this week!

The Chocolate Muffin Tree: Experiment: How to Grow a Potato

The Chocolate Muffin Tree: Experiment: How to Grow a Potato

Book, Mrs. Spitzer's Garden by Edith Pattou

Mrs. Spitzer's Garden - Teaching Heart Blog

Fun Classroom Activities and Experiments to Interest Children / Kids in Growing Plants

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Carrot cookies in oreo crumbs! Too cute!

Our Dish: Carrots in Dirt
  • Sarah Pannell
    Sarah Pannell


  • Rebecca Cohen
    Rebecca Cohen