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    Plant Observation Log for the Primary Grades


    Wheel of Fortune Review Game - Use this game to review skills in any subject area. Students must answer a question correctly for a turn at spinning the wheel and solving the problem. Sample 4th grade science questions are included. Resource type: SMART Notebook lesson Subject: all Grade: Grade 3-12

    What plants need song, Harry Kindergarten ROCKS!

    Erosion and Landforms Science Lab. A FREE lab sheet with directions and questions for students is available to download at the end of this post.

    FANTASTIC website with animal and plant cell model animation. Includes mitosis, meiosis, cell cycle, bacteria and more. For older students!

    An activity where students will show their knowledge of what weather looks like. (Physical Geography) -HH

    If your students are doing biographies, this site will be VERY helpful...lots and lots of short biographies available.

    "My Bean Seed Observation Journal"

    Garden harvests are just around the corner! Our Plant Parts We Eat Sorting Game captures the different parts of plants that we eat and is easy to pair with real veggies from your gardens.

    life cycle of a plant \

    Instead of having students stand around you with questions and such, they bring their clothespin up to you and you clip it to your clipboard, then they sit back down and you call them up when you're ready. HOW FABULOUS FOR Writer's Workshop!

    IDEA: Plant parts craft idea and labeling cards.

    Here is a free download of a book your students can use in a writing center or whole group to go with your study of plants!

    This freebie is an emergent reader text to teach the concept of the life cycle of a plant....

    Parts of a plant

    Instructions and printable for this flower, garden or spring theme craft. Craft and print worksheet in one covering the parts of a plant.

    Did you ever try to plant seeds with a curious gardener only to have it turn out an abysmal failure because *someone* kept digging the seeds up to see if they were growing? Don't know what to do with your 4000 CD cases now you've switched to iGadgets? This is a fun beginner's gardening project that's suitable for green/brown thumbs of all ages.

    Plant Observation book