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Kids will love sharing their knowledge as they label this parts of a flower preschool worksheet! It’s perfect for assessment at the end of your lesson.
Many preschool moms and teachers plan flower activities for preschoolers during the spring and summer months. This flower worksheet is a must-have as you begin pulling your resources together.
Add these flower worksheets to your collection of spring preschool printables. They’re perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and first graders.
Parts of a Flower Preschool Worksheet
As you begin teaching the life cycle of a flower, you’ll want to include this worksheet. It’s a great way to teach the parts of a flower. You could also use it as an assessment tool at the end of your unit.
Preschool science should be fun and engaging. During spring and summer months, you can help preschoolers explore their world by studying flowers and their parts.If you can, show your child a real flower. Ask questions to engage him and help him focus on the different parts. How does he think a flower gets water and food? How does it get bigger?
Your objective here is just to get kids thinking about flowers. Little scientists need to wonder and think about things they don’t know.
Show your little ones the different parts of the flower. Can they identify the flower, stem, leaves, and roots?
You could even write labels for each part on an index card and let your child use them to label the flower. This is a great way to build your preschooler’s vocabulary.
Identify the parts of the flower using a real flower and the felt flower: petals, stem, leaves, roots. Point to each part and name it. Point to the parts out of order and encourage children to name the part.
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.
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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.
RESOURCES I LOVE
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.