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It’s so much fun to learn about flowers with these worksheets that teach the life cycle of a flower for preschool. Perfect for spring and summer learning!
These worksheets are perfect to add to your flower preschool activities. They provide great opportunities for little ones to learn about flowers in a fun and engaging way.
Spring has sprung and summer is not too far away. As you begin to spend more and more time outdoors, your preschooler will begin to see more and more flowers in bloom. They’ll love the variety of sizes, scents, and colors.
Capitalize on their curiosity by helping them learn more about flowers with this free preschool printable. It is designed to teach preschooler about the flower life cycle in very simple terms.
Life Cycle of a Flower for Kids
This simple science pack is perfect for preschool and kindergarten students. It contains a life cycle poster, life cycle description cards, picture cards, and a cut and paste life cycle page for your young learners to complete.
When you pair this life cycle printable with some simple non-fiction books about flowers, you’ve got everything you need to spend some time learning about the life cycle of a flower.
HOW TO PREPARE THE WORKSHEETS
This is a low-prep activity pack which makes it easy to get ready for your curious kiddos. I suggest printing and laminating the poster, the description cards, and the picture cards. This will make them more durable and able to withstand use by preschoolers.
Print the cut and paste page on regular printer paper so kids can color and cut the page at the end of your lesson.
To start the lesson, I suggest reading one or more nonfiction books about flowers. Seed to Plant is great for young children. The real pictures and short informative text will help preschoolers understand how flowers grow.
After reading a book about flowers, show your kids the life cycle poster. Talk about each of the stages shown.
You can use the information cards to go into as much or as little detail as you’d like. I recommend using scientific terms where applicable. Preschoolers are little sponges ready to soak up new knowledge.
Flowers for Kids
If your kids enjoy this flower life cycle pack, they’re sure to enjoy one or more of the activities featured below.
You can add these activities to your life cycle of a flower unit and/or general plant-themed lesson plans.
• Add one or more of these paper flowers to your craft time during your preschool flower theme.
• Preschoolers can make coffee filter flowers to go along with a reading of Pinkalicious or any other flower-themed picture book.
• Practice retelling the life cycle of a flower with this printable flower life cycle playdough mat.
• Mix up a tub of flower sensory soup for some preschool sensory play.
BOOKS ABOUT FLOWERS
Fill 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.
This talking microscope for kids is perfect for examining the parts of seeds and flowers that kids are so interested in.
Build a flower sensory bin for hands-on fun this spring. Allow kids to explore colors and textures with fake flowers, river rocks, and more.
Gather leaves and flowers on your next nature walk. Use this personalized flower press to preserve them.
Life Cycle of a Flower Preschool
The activities included in this learning pack will help your kids learn more about flowers. They also work on fine motor skills (cut and paste) and sequencing.