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  • Maria Montesinos

    Crayon Bits - a first grade blog: 3D Flower Diagrams

  • Meghan Karson

    Science Plant Craft

  • Nicole Campbell

    Parts of a Flower art project- cute :)

  • ellen kashevaroff

    3D Flower Diagrams – Green straws make the stems & cupcake papers make the flower. Sunflower seeds are glued in the middle of the cupcake paper. Break apart one seed & put part of the shell down in the soil to represent where the plant sprouted from. Great idea to start in the beginning so the kids can watch the progress. Use glass jar/ ie jelly, mason, set next to this display.Place seen close to the glass so they can see the roots.

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Green straws make the stems and cupcake papers make the flower. Sunflower seeds are glued in the middle of the cupcake paper. I also had the kids break apart one seed and put part of the shell down in the soil to represent where the plant sprouted from. Any kind of seed could be used.

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Parts of a Plant (this link goes nowhere, but the image gives enough of the idea, i think!)

3 dimensional flower diagrams. Green straws make the stems and cupcake papers make the flower. Sunflower seeds are glued in the middle of the cupcake paper. I also had the kids break apart one seed and put part of the shell down in the soil to represent where the plant sprouted from. Any kind of seed could be used.

Primarily Plants unit for K/1! Two week science, math and literacy unit with whole group, center work, and independent practice! $

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