Is anyone else ready for spring?
I know I am. Winter is always a struggle for me. I don’t like gray skies and I don’t like cold air.
I literally count down the days until spring returns every year.
So I’m excited to start using some spring-themed activities in lessons. And what better way to jump into spring than by learning about flowers?
Today I’m sharing “All About Flowers” – a set of early elementary flower printables for kids that are perfect for spring learning!
This unit is filled with flower-themed learning activities for students in kindergarten through second grade!
Take a look at the full resource and how to get your copy below!
All About Flowers! Printable Flower Early Elementary Unit
This resource would make an excellent addition to science lessons in primary grades!
The short lessons are good for in-class discussions and you can use the activities for reinforcement after class or for homework.
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Laminator (optional – for the flashcards)
- Colored pencils or crayons
This 33-page flower unit includes several lessons and activities for students to test their understanding and review what they’ve learned about flowers.
Use the brief lesson about how flowers grow and the sequencing activity to introduce students to the growth process of flowering plants.
Then get to know the different parts of a flower with a lesson and a labeling activity.
Identification flashcards for twelve common flower varieties are included.
Plus, there are blank label cards with printable labels. These would be great for matching up at centers!
Help students remember each flower’s name with a matching activity afterward.
Challenge them to remember the name and spelling of each variety with a flower naming activity.
They can have a little fun with a few flower activity and coloring pages!
Instructions for each activity are included. And there’s a full answer key for easy grading!
Get a look at the complete product in the video below!
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Don’t miss these other spring learning resources!
To get your copy of All About Flowers Printable Unit Study – our flower printables for kids, visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store or check it out below!
This past weekend the temperature got up to 73 degrees! So, I’m declaring that spring has officially begun here in Georgia. I know it’s actually two weeks out, but once we’re in the 70s, that’s spring to me! 🙂
To celebrate, I’m sharing links to 50+ free spring printables that are loads of fun for kids!
If you’re homeschooling, you can use these along with your regular lessons to make a spring theme. If you’re afterschooling, you can use them to reinforce their school objectives!
50+ Free Spring Printables for Kids
Round out your spring unit with these other spring learning ideas!
Plus, get more ideas on my Spring Activities for Kids Pinterest board!