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K-2 Science Lessons! #1 Plants and Plant Growth


K-2 Science Lessons!

#1 Plants and Plant Growth

These lessons are intended to be simple to teach and simple to learn! This unit contains text lessons, experiments, handwriting pages, labeling cards, plant facts, labeled and unlabeled diagrams, activities, review quiz, mazes and other puzzle pages, online learning websites (carefully chosen!), coloring pages, and words to remember lists. Please view our Currclick 50-page preview to see more!

The handwriting sections in this unit include the following handwriting styles: Print, Pre-Cursive or D'Nealian, and Cursive.

Topics covered in this lesson:

What Plants Need to Grow

Basic Parts of Plants

Plants Make Their Own Food

Flowers and Seeds

Two kinds of Plants: Deciduous and Evergreen

Food and Farming

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File Last Updated:
July 15, 2013
This title was added to our catalog on July 15, 2013.