Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Teaching plants. Get inspired and try out new things.
Find creative, hands-on plant life cycle activities for teaching kids about chlorophyll, pollination, germination, and seed dispersal the fun way! Ideal for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders learning about the life cycle of plants with unique, hands-on science experiments your students will love!
Jessica Moleiro saved to Lapbook
I love doing plant experiments and sprouting seeds with young children in the spring. Not only do they get excitedContinue reading
Beverly Gottfried saved to Pre-K science
Sow the seeds and watch the learning grow!
Adrienne Shendler saved to Third Grade!!
Hands on Anchor Chart for teaching any plan unit. This Anchor Chart is for Parts of a Flower. Students put it together with you in this interactive activity for plants. Includes other plant activities for 1st grade, 2nd grade, and kindergarten.
I just finished my plant mini unit. This unit focuses on the plant life cycle, plant needs, plant parts, and how to grow a plant. I ...
å¹éª å°é¢¨ saved to Plant reproduction
PLANTS Life Cycle craft. Part of a Full PLANTS Unit Plan for K-1. Science, Math & Literacy cross-curricular, hands-on unit.
Karen Jones saved to KinderLand Collaborative
Such a cool & easy science experiment -- great for plant or biology unit in elementary or middle school!
Tiffany Johnston saved to School Stuff
Last week our class was immersed in plants. Lots and LOTS of plants!! We started the week tapping into our schema about plants and learning lots of new info. And then we moved right into diagrams and labels….and tree maps, too! I created this same anchor chart last year and used it again …
Tracy Pippin saved to Kindergarten Science
Learn about seed sprouting, soil conditions, how plants breathe, and more with these fun and hands-on plant activities for kids!
Jasmin Rachell saved to KindergartenLand
PRIMARY SCIENCE UNIT 3 - PLANTS Unit 3 in my primary science series is here! We are diving in and learning about plants - their lifecycle, how they make food, the parts of a plant, why animals and humans need plants, plus so much more. I am also sharing a FREE lesson with you right here
Diana Carver saved to Classroom