Plants kindergarten

Enhance your kindergarten classroom with beautiful plants that promote a healthy and stimulating environment for young learners. Explore top plant ideas to create a nurturing space for your students.
First Grade, Pre K, Nature, Education, Ideas, Escuela, Creativity, Spring, Life Cycles

Interactive lapbooks are one of my favorite activities to do during my science block! They are a great supplement to your thematic units, and your students will have a blast putting them together all while learning! My interactive plant lapbook is by far a favorite during our spring units! Entire Unit in One Place After

tippawan thamraksa
Tops And Bottoms!  Read the book and sort plants that grow above and below the soil! Pre K, Plants Kindergarten, Science Activities, Kindergarten Science, Preschool Science, School Activities, Plant Activities, Preschool Garden, Plant Lessons

Howdy! I am Mr. Greg from The Kindergarten Smorgasboard. My real name is Greg Smedley-Warren. I have been teaching for 11 years. I spent a year teaching fifth grade, two years in second grade and am now in my 9th year in Kindergarten. Kindergarten is my passion and my calling but honestly, that wasn’t how it started. When I was moved to Kindergarten (not voluntarily!) I called my mommy and cried. But on the first day, I fell in love and knew that Kindergarten is where I belonged. I have…

The Kindergarten Smorgasboard
Summer, Pre K, Nature, Plant Life Cycle Craft, Life Cycle Of Plants, Plants Kindergarten, Spring Science, Plant Life Cycle, Plant Activities

PRIMARY SCIENCE UNIT 3 - PLANTS Unit 3 in my primary science series is here! We are diving in and learning about plants - their lifecycle, how they make food, the parts of a plant, why animals and humans need plants, plus so much more. I am also sharing a FREE lesson with you right here

Nati Torrez
Wisconsin, Pre K, Montessori, Crafts, Plants Kindergarten, Spring Preschool Activities, Preschool Garden, Plant Activities, Plants Life Cycle Activities

It was 50 degrees here in Wisconsin today, which basically means it’s time to break out the flip flops and get outside. We are thinking spring thoughts and hoping for warmer days soon, so it’s time to get started on our spring themes in preschool. It is too early to do any planting outside, but […]

Janelle Uzoma