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Using Seeds Plants Fill in the Blanks Worksheet , students fill in the blanks to finish sentences about seeds and plants.
Using Flower Parts of a Plant Worksheet, students label the nine parts of the flower picture using arrows and a word bank.
Using Parts of a Plant Worksheet - Edible, students label different fruits and vegetables as flowers, seeds, stems, roots, bulbs, fruits, and leaves.
This Life Cycles Life Science Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading a non-fiction text about animal life cycles.
Using Plant Parts Worksheet, students label the parts of the plant and tree picture using arrows and a word bank.
Using Plant Vocabulary Worksheet, students use the vocabulary words in the box to complete the sentences to describe parts of a plant.
Using this Animal and Plant Cells Worksheet, students label the structure of animal and plant cells using clear diagrams.
Using Plants Crossword Puzzle, students use the clues about plants to fill in the crossword puzzle with the missing words.
Using Plant Parts We Eat Worksheet, students label different fruits and vegetables as flowers, seeds, stems, roots, bulbs, tubers, fruits, and leaves.
Using Plant Predict and Infer Worksheet, students must predict whether seeds will grow a little, grow a lot, or not grow at all in different conditions.
Using Plant Riddles Worksheet, students read riddles in order to figure out what part of a plant is being described.
Using Photosynthesis Reading Worksheet, students read about photosynthesis to learn about the process by which plants make food to eat.
This Plants Alphabetical Order Worksheet will teach your students how to put twenty words related to plants in ABC order and build vocabulary.
Using this Life Cycle of a Plant Book, students draw pictures of each stage of a plant's life cycle.
Using Photosynthesis Diagram Worksheet, students draw a diagram about and write an explanation about the process by which plants make food to eat.
Using What Does a Plant Need Activity, students read and sing the poem “What Do Plants Need?” sung to the tune of Frere Jacques.
Using Plant Needs Worksheet, students play Taking Care of Your Plant to show how to best take care of plants!
Using Fruits and Vegetables Activity, students play the Stone Soup game to practice identifying and classifying fruits and vegetables.