Plants lapbook

We have finished our Plant Lapbook!  I found much of the info we put in it on the internet.  Some things (puzzles) were from an Evan-Moor workbook that I got really cheap at a teacher supply store.  The kids also cut out pictures from gardening magazines to decorate it.  Here are some of the things we included:Life cycle of a plant.  What do plants need?  Bible verses (Parables of the Sower, the Mustard Seed and the Weeds).  What part of the plant do you eat–root, stem, leaf, fruit or seed?  How seeds spread.  Plants that we eat puzzle.  Parts of a plant.  Parts of a flower.  Parts of a tree.  Parts of a leaf.  Label a cross-section of a tree ring.  Differentiate between evergreen and deciduous tree pictures.  Draw a simple leaf.  Draw a compound leaf.  A sunflower grows puzzle.  Parts of a tree and of a flower puzzle.  Pollination.  Strange plants.  Plant defenses.  Copywork poems:  “Dandelion” by Valerie Worth and “Morning Has Broken” by Eleanor Farjean.


You can find lots of resources for doing a lapbook on plants at CurrClick.


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  1. Great lapbook. I may "steal" your ideas since we're going to study plants this fall.

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