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This flower life cycle slider is a fun way for preschoolers to review the life cycle. Kids can use the slider to retell the stages to a friend or classmate.
As you begin teaching preschoolers about flowers, I have some great resources to help you teach about the life cycle of a flower. Kids will love learning how a tiny seed can turn into a beautiful flower.
Add this free preschool printable to your spring, summer, flower, or life cycle activities.
Flower Life Cycle Slider
This one-page flower life cycle activity is perfect for preschool and kindergarten kiddos.
Because it’s a print-and-go activity, it’s perfect for busy preschool moms and teachers.
Life Cycle of a Flower for Kids
Spring and summer are the best time of year to study flowers. This printable features activities that focus on life cycle of a flower for kids. 16 exciting activities!
To use this activity page, print one for each student. Have children color the life cycle images at the bottom of the page as well as the “flower life cycle” label.
Cut out the life cycle strip at the bottom of the page. Keep it intact as one long strip.
Now, cut two slits in the center of the circle. Have students thread the strip from back to front and then from front to back through the second slot.
Once your child has assembled the flower life cycle slider, have your child slide the strip from left to right to describe the stages in order from seed to flower.
BOOKS ABOUT FlowersFill your book basket with a great collection of preschool flower books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore. If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Look! Flowers! – Look! Flowers! They’re beautiful to see. Turn the page and you’ll find out how amazing they can be. Mrs. Peanuckle’s Flower Alphabet – From the aster to the zinnia, Mrs. Peanuckle introduces very young children to 26 types of flowers from across the globe. For each one, she offers a single defining characteristic, some of them very surprising. The Reason for a Flower – The reason for a flower is to manufacture seeds, but Ruth Heller shares a lot more about parts of plants and their functions in her trademark rhythmic style.
More Flower Fun
Explore the great outdoors with this sensational garden bin! Watch as your child delights in scooping beans and planting their own flowers in their clay pots. Imagine the flowers going from seed to blossom. Explore the different bugs and insects crawling in the garden, finding out who is helping the flowers grow. Discover some secret rocks, seeds, and flower treasure along the way. This is a bin that will certainly make your child blossom with excitement!
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