4 Easy and Quick Parts of a Plant Activities: A Simple Plant Project - 1. Simple 3D Parts of a Plant Craft – Pull together a simple but meaningful craft as students create a 3D flower using items you probably already have around the classroom. Label the parts of the flower to review plant parts.

4 Easy and Quick Parts of a Plant Activities

A pallet bug hotel - 5 star biodiversity lodgings - I like the idea of adding identification charts

A pallet bug hotel - 5 star biodiversity lodgings - I like the idea of adding identification charts Garden for the kids and the chicken coop

Addition.

Kindergartners add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching plywood square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve!

Kids work on scissor skills while making this paper plate sunflower craft. fall|preschool|kindergarten|summer|kid craft|fine motor skills

Paper Plate Sunflower Craft

Growing beanstalks - Jack and the Beanstalk - a great activity for book week! Students make their own castle in the clouds and plant a bean seed. A few weeks later, our stalks are starting to reach the clouds!

Our beanstalks - an update

May Extra Science/ Art Activity: Growing beanstalks - Jack and the Beanstalk - a great activity for book week! Students make their own castle in the clouds and plant a bean seed. A few weeks later, our stalks are starting to reach the clouds!

This wonderful seasonal counting activity uses leaves to develop early math one to one correspondence, number recognition and develop fine motor skills too.

Fine Motor Counting Activity

FINE MOTOR COUNTING ACTIVITY - This wonderful seasonal counting activity uses leaves to develop early math one to one correspondence, number recognition and develop fine motor skills too.

Exploring and drawing flowers activity tray for preschoolers

Invitation to Examine and Draw Flowers

Exploring and drawing flowers activity tray for preschoolers (spring craft for toddlers flowers garden)

A really simple experiment! Cut your celery (or even leave the leafy tops on!) and place them into water with food colouring. It doesn't take long for the 'magic' to happen...! #eyfs #earlyyears #science #aceearlyyears #celery #growingthings

A really simple experiment! Cut your celery (or even leave the leafy tops on!) and place them into water with food colouring.

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