Preschool Science: Plants

After doing a couple projects that talked about things that live above ground and below ground, we then delved a bit more into plants.

We did a cute sorting project from Kidssoup (a paid membership website) which shows where certain fruits and vegetables grow:

ED also sorted a whole series of cards into fruit and vegetable baskets. I’m not sure where I got these cards, but these days there are lots of free cards out there if you google fruit and vegetable cards.

The science book we’re using also talks about the parts of a plant. We pulled out a couple puzzles I have from Take It to Your Seat Science Centers that showed the basic plant parts. She put those together with a bit of help from LD.

Time’s run out for now–so I’ll save a couple more of our plant-related activities for another post.


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