It's spring and flowers are beginning to bloom. It's warming up and your students are anxious to go outside and explore. This is the perfect time of year to focus on life cycles, or - more specifically - the life cycle of a plant.
Take your students outside on a nature hunt to identify the parts of the plant. Students can record their observations. As students learn about the life cycle of a plant, they can color and cut out each phase and put them in the correct order.
As students learn vocabulary related to plants, they can create their own mini-book.
Put QR Code task cards at centers so they can view videos and learn more about plants.
This fun interactive PowerPoint explains the parts of the plant, life cycle, seeds, pollination and how plants are useful.
This Claymation video is a wonderful way for students to understand the life cycle of a plant. These are so easy to create.
For all of these life cycle of a plant activities, drop by my TPT store. You're going to love the life cycle of a plant resource (or the other bundles it's included in)!