Just like baby animals that resemble their parents, many trees and plants emerge from sprouts that have leaves that look a lot like their adult form. While working on this compelling worksheet, children will use their problem solving and analysis skills to take an educated guess at which trees come from the pictured sprouts. Simply study the sprouts and take examine the trees in the row nearby. Which have leaves that look similar? Check off the box next to the tree that resembles the sprout to complete!
Your child will love exploring the unique process that plants go through as they grow with this plant life cycle worksheet! Little learners flex their mental sequencing skills to put the life cycle in order from seed to flower.
After completion, grow your own flower to see the cycle in action!
Corns are a very important food crop for farmers. Corn is used to make a lot of food that we eat today, and most famers grow corn to sell in the market. Ask your child if they can tell you some of the foods that are made from corn. Then, teach them some more about this amazing food. Read the short text in this worksheet detailing the life cycle of corn. Then, look at the pictures. Help your kids circle the answers to the questions at the bottom of the worksheet.
A saguaro cactus might take a long time to grow, but did you know that they can live over double the lifespan of a human? Teach your child about this fascinating plant that takes 35 years just to bloom! Print this free PDF worksheet and encourage learners to read the interesting passage at the top of the page. Based on the reading, encourage kids to check off the correct answers to reflect their learning about this fabulous plant!
Students will demonstrate an understanding of plant adaptations and plant life cycle patterns.
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