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This foldable will help your students identify and remember the stages of a flowering plant life cycle. This resource may be used with grades 1-2 (1st version of the foldable) or with grades 3-4 (2nd version of the foldable). Whole group, small group or individual instruction. This resource is adapted to address different learning styles and was tested with my 4th & 5th graders.

Plant life cycle-Interactive Science Notebook foldable

This foldable will help your students identify and remember the stages of a flowering plant life cycle. This resource may be used with grades 1-2 (1st version of the foldable) or with grades 3-4 (2nd version of the foldable). Whole group, small group or individual instruction. This resource is adapted to address different learning styles and was tested with my 4th & 5th graders.

Plant life cycle activities-Writing to define, label, research, and explain. Part of a complete science unit with science experiments, mini lessons, charts and for teaching the life cycle of plants for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. Over 20 plant activities and printables in this unit.

It's Plantin' Time! Writing About Science & A Freebie

Plant life cycle activities-Writing to define, label, research, and explain. Part of a complete science unit with science experiments, mini lessons, charts and for teaching the life cycle of plants for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. Over 20 plant activities and printables in this unit.

I would use this as an anchor chart in my classroom and keep it up throughout our plant unit. It would be primarily used to explain the plant life cycle and all living things have a cycle of development.

Parts of a Plant and Plant Life Cycle

I would use this as an anchor chart in my classroom and keep it up throughout our plant unit. It would be primarily used to explain the plant life cycle and all living things have a cycle of development.

Get these 10 anchor charts to help your students remember important science concepts. Topics included: Force and Motion, Insulators and Conductors, Moon Phases, The Water Cycle, Plant Life Cycle, Natural Resources, Types of Energy, The Scientific Method, and States of Matter. These low-prep printables are anchor to use in any science journal!

Science Mini Anchor Charts

Get these 10 anchor charts to help your students remember important science concepts. Topics included: Force and Motion, Insulators and Conductors, Moon Phases, The Water Cycle, Plant Life Cycle, Natural Resources, Types of Energy, The Scientific Method, and States of Matter. These low-prep printables are anchor to use in any science journal!

Get these 10 anchor charts to help your students remember important science concepts. Topics included: Force and Motion, Insulators and Conductors, Moon Phases, The Water Cycle, Plant Life Cycle, Natural Resources, Types of Energy, The Scientific Method, and States of Matter. These low-prep printables are anchor to use in any science journal!

Science Mini Anchor Charts

Get these 10 anchor charts to help your students remember important science concepts. Topics included: Force and Motion, Insulators and Conductors, Moon Phases, The Water Cycle, Plant Life Cycle, Natural Resources, Types of Energy, The Scientific Method, and States of Matter. These low-prep printables are anchor to use in any science journal!

Learn all about plants with these fun science centers. Activities include learning about plant parts and what they do, the plant life cycle, plants we eat, and more. Common core and TEKS aligned. Just right for kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade.

Plants Science Centers

Learn all about plants with these fun science centers. Activities include learning about plant parts and what they do, the plant life cycle, plants we eat, and more. Common core and TEKS aligned. Just right for kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade.

This is a good example of a student's work of drawing their own version of how a flower grows. Good activity to do so students can have some creative freedom and draw out the cycle.

This is a good example of a student's work of drawing their own version of how a flower grows. Good activity to do so students can have some creative freedom and draw out the cycle.

Plant Life Cycle Unit

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