plant unit posted!

I am so excited to show you my newest unit! But first, I must tell you what inspired this packet. Since it is sweet, sweet summertime, I have been doing a LOT of shopping. While shopping, I came across some adorable, mini Terra Cotta pots and mini watering cans. 
When I saw them, I knew that: 
1. I had to have them for school
2. I had to make a unit to go along with them
So… I bought a little pot for each of my future students and 5 mini watering cans {one for each table}. 
But seriously, aren’t they adorable???
My favorite part of this packet, are the Plant Life-Cycle anchor charts!  I have them all printed and ready to go! In fact, I have everything in this packet prepared and ready to go! Teaching plants this school year will be a BREEZE! Thank goodness for summer and my motivation for getting ahead of the GAME!
The anchor charts also come with a mini book for students to complete and take home! 
This also doubles as a great assessment!


This Product Includes:
-Lesson suggestion to teach plant parts {with anchor chart and worksheet}
-Plant craft for students to assess plant parts
-Plant observation journal {for students’ individual plants in the classroom}
-Life cycle posters {in color and B&W} with mini book for students to take home
-Life cycle activities {assessments}
-Flower game {students get to build a flower using the correct parts}
-Nature walk activity outside {math connection}
-Writing pages
-Plant memory game
-Generic plant practice pages {or assessments}

How do you teach plants in your classroom?
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