From Seed to Sprout: The Life Cycle of a Plant Activity Pack
Students will love learning all about plants and the plant life cycle with this hands-on activity pack! In this unit, there are reading passages, comprehension questions, fun activities, vocabulary posters, and a flip book!
The life cycle of a plant shows the different stages that occur in a plant’s life. All plants start out as a tiny seed.
This unit includes reading passages about:
⭐Plants get Energy from the Sun
⭐The Balance of Nature
⭐Plant Life Cycle
There are lots of hands-on activities for students to complement this unit including:
✔Life Cycle Diagram
✔Plant Fact Flaps -Great for their science notebooks!
✔Vocabulary Photo Posters
✔Spotlight on Vocabulary
There are three main activities in this unit:
Read the passages about plants, plant life cycle, and photosynthesis and answer the questions on the organizers and label the Plant Life Cycle diagram.
Plant Fact Flaps:
Students read the statements to determine which of the statements are true. Then they cut and paste the facts underneath the flaps inside their notebooks.
Plants Flip Book:
Answer the questions on each page of the flip book. Then cut, color, and assemble the booklet. Flipbooks are an excellent center activity for students to show what they know.
Print out the vocabulary posters in color or black and white. Post them on a bulletin board or around the classroom. Make copies of the Spotlight on Vocabulary. Have students write the definition or to write a sentence using the word.
There are two different versions included:
One has an empty box for students to draw their own illustrations related to the word.
One has an image for them to color and visualize.
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