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    Kindergarten Plant Unit

    Kindergarten Plant Unit

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    Collection of 12 Plant Videos for Kids that would be a perfect complement to a plant unit. Includes a brief description and suggested grade levels for each video.

    Plant Videos for Students - Primary Theme Park

    Mrs. Stensland's eat a whole plant activity!

    Spring Plant Unit - Eating the Parts of a Plant

    Interactive seed journals. Great way to mix science and reading together! Other great ideas for a Seed/plants unit

    We're Sproutin'!

    Cute recycle idea....decor for an ag classroom?! Amazing how many things these bottles can be turned into!

    Cute recycle idea

    Garden in a Glove via, farm, activity, classroom, teacher, free, via

    Free Farm Lesson Plans: Garden in a Glove - Zweber Family Farms

    My kids would have loved this plant labeling project when they were younger. So fun!

    Smitten with First: Tops or Bottoms?

    Who loves planting lima beans at this time of the year? Students really enjoy taking on the role of a scientist and recording their observations. This is an easy way to do this and is referred to as an "Observation Log." It is generic in nature and can be made numerous times.

    Lima Bean Observation Log

    The kids loved watching bean seeds sprout. We put five beans in a ziploc bag with a folded wet paper towel. The bags were taped to our classroom window (with names written in permanent marker). Of course we also read "Jack and the Beanstalk

    Growing in Pre K - Spring

    Growing Hair! Too funny!- What a fun project! Loved it when my child brought this home from school! We kept it for months!!

    Springtime Science with Seeds

    The Anatomy of a flower... Rachel Ignotofsky Design

    The Anatomy of a flower... Rachel Ignotofsky Design

    A classroom activity for assembling the parts of a flower to make a flower diagram. Includes worksheets and study cards. $ #science

    Nyla's Crafty Teaching: Parts of a Flower Activities

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

    Primarily Plants: A Science, Math, & Literacy Unit for K and 1


    Primarily Plants: A Science, Math, & Literacy Unit for K and 1

    Interactive Notebook Pages For Your Plant Unit - FREEBIE!

    Interactive Notebook Pages For Your Plant Unit

    All About Plants Unit...makes teaching easy and fun! :)

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    $ Sunflower Life Cycle and Plant Parts Unit

    Sunflower Life Cycle and Plant Parts Unit

    Kindergarten plants unit. This product meets all your needs to implement an extremely effective thematic unit on plants. Your students will be exposed to the concepts and vocabulary of the unit through reading, writing, poetry, art projects, science experiments, and math activities . CCSS and WIDA standards are addressed and written out for your teaching agenda.

    Plants-A Kindergarten Thematic Unit Aligned With CCSS/WIDA

    Plants: Here are 25 fun writing pages for your plants thematic unit!

    PLANTS -

    plant unit

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    Life Cycle of Plants Flowers portfolio science lapbook journal thematic unit experiments hands on activities first second third fourth fifth...

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    Read "Tops and Bottoms". Then have class sort the parts of the plants we eat from different plants.

    Spring Plant Unit - Eating the Parts of a Plant

    First Grade Parade: Plants Aplenty! Great blog post about her plants unit. You know Cara teaches Kinder now, right? Her blog is AMAZING!

    The First Grade Parade: Plants Aplenty!

    This unit has over 20 plant life cycle activities including labs, vocabulary, comprehension skills, writing activities and projectable/printable anchor charts!

    Around the Kampfire: plants

    What do plants need? Cute craft to supplement your plant unit!! In Bloom {Craftivity & Printables}!

    A Cupcake for the Teacher: In Bloom {Craftivity & Printables}

    This would be an activity for our plant unit as students will be expected to know where specific plans live and grow. This anchor chart could be made during a class discussion and hung on the wall for future reference

    First Grade Fever!: Lil Garden Cuties & a Freebie!