Watch and listen to The Tiny Seed written by Eric Carle. Complete the sentence starters on this page (Plants can… Plants are… Plants have… Plants need…). Make sure to use complete sentences (Capital, finger space, and end punctuation).
Parts of a plant
Watch Brain Pop Jr as Moby and Annie learn about the parts of a plant. Plant a seed and watch it grow. Observe the process, and document it through drawings and notes on paper. Make sure to label your drawings along the way as your plant develops (seed, soil, water, sun, love, root, stem, leaf, petal, flower).
Watch From a Seed to a Plant on YouTube. Then have fun building a plant of your own out of play-doh.
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