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Engage your class in an exciting hands-on experience learning all about plants! Plants Unit (PowerPoint, Lessons, Printables) is perfect for classrooms!
Coletta Ballash saved to Science ideas
Lapbooks are such a fun way to keep little learners engaged and excited about learning! Check out these amazing lapbooks perfect use all year long! #mrsjonescreationstation #mjcs #lapbooks #lapbookideas #lapbookshomeschool
Description This fun & comprehensive plant unit includes 2 weeks worth of lessons and activities to keep your budding botanists busy in the classroom. You will cover everything from parts of a plant to the plant life cycle to the ins and outs of photosynthesis, pollination, even chlorophyll extraction! This plant unit addresses the NGSS science standards for plants & the life cycle of a plant plus a variety of Common Core Standards along the way!! It has been designed for first and second…
All About Plants, parts of a plant, what plants need and what plants give us. Every thing you need to teach about plants is in this blog post from Time4kindergarten.com
Melissa Mo saved to Kindergarten: Planting
Pothos or Epipremnum aureum by its botanical name is most commonly referred to as the Golden Pothos and is one of the easiest plants to care for. The name is
Emma Brumm saved to 2023 Summer Plants
Teacher Approved Video List all about Plants. Everything from the life cycle of plants to how to plant them! These videos about plants are perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students.
Teach your students all about plant parts and the parts we eat with these fun and easy flip books. Students identify and try seeds, flowers, leaves, stems, and roots. #science #plants #spring #fall
Lauren Riojas saved to Teaching
Repotting a ZZ Plant is actually a pretty straightforward process. To successfully transplant, repot your plant into a new container (with a drainage hole) that is slightly larger than the old one, using a quick-draining potting soil mixture. Make sure the rhizome is just at, or slightly above, the soil line.
Althea Dorn saved to Green thumb?