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Have-Need-Give Anchor Chart @Brooke Saffle don't you do a first grade plants unit in 1st grade?

Plants Anchor Chart -- this is perfect for teaching a living things unit for first grade!

Blog post with LOTS of fun ideas for getting kids writing about science and teaching about the life cycle of plants.  Also includes FREE printable anchor charts for Photosynthesis and Parts of a Plant.

It's Plantin' Time! Writing About Science & A Freebie

Plant life cycle foldable booklet~with minilessons, learning labs, plus reading and writing activities. This post includes FREE printable anchor charts for photosynthesis and parts of a plant.

Plants and Animals NEEDS anchor chart | Kindergarten Science and Soci…

Use observations to describe patterns of what plants and animals (including humans) need to survive. This will be a clear example of what plants vs animals need to survive that also provides the students with visuals.

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This is another great classroom activity that relates to the desired content, but also promotes group work and social interaction.

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This anchor chart would be a great way to integrate science into reading. This chart would be an easy way for students to look at insects and see what they are, can, and have. They could then use these things to write about an insect.

This resource could be incorporated into a plant unit in kindergarten or 1st grade. This is a diagram that students create to show the different parts of a plant. Students will create their plant and correctly label each part. I will use this as an activity to assess students to determine if they know the parts of the plants. #etlobest

this resource could be incorporated into a plant unit in kindergarten or grade.a diagram that shows the different parts of a plant.students will create their plant and correctly label each part.

Plants we eat anchor chart or pocket chart! This would be a great visual for our preschool kiddos but I would use realistic visuals for each one.

Plants we eat anchor chart or pocket chart! This would be a great visual for our preschool kiddos but I would use realistic visuals for each one. Farm and city theme

Plant Needs | Special Kind of Class: What Plants Need

Plant unit ideas - predictive chart great for vocabulary building and the pictures are great support for ESL students

Plant Parts Flip Book | Mrs. T's First Grade Class | Bloglovin'

Plant Parts Flip Book (Mrs. T's First Grade Class)

We drew a flower onto a flip book, labeled each part and then wrote a sentence to explain what that part does on the inside. The students loved that each page could flip up but that together it

The First Grade Scoop: Plants Unit, Currently April, and a FREEBIE!

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I would use an anchor chart similar to this one to help students remember what bodies of water we had talked about.

This chart would be a great tool when trying to identify where the animal lives. To make this more useful and grade appropriate, students could include facts and major Texas bodies of water on the back!

Insects anchor chart:

An all about insects anchor chart for Kindergarten. How do plants and animals change the environment to meet their needs.

Plants we eat anchor chart or pocket chart! This would be a great visual for our preschool kiddos but I would use realistic visuals for each one.

Plants we eat anchor chart or pocket chart! This would be a great visual for our preschool kiddos but I would use realistic visuals for each

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