Go beyond cutting and pasting with this parts of a plant 3D project. Here is a simple activity to label the plant parts using a cupcake liner, pipe cleaner and yarn.

Go beyond cutting and pasting with this parts of a plant 3D project. Here is a simple activity to label the plant parts using a cupcake liner, pipe cleaner and yarn.

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We drew a flower onto a flip book, labeled each part and then wrote a sentence to explain what that part does on the inside. The students loved that each page could flip up but that together it

We drew a flower onto a flip book, labeled each part and then wrote a sentence to explain what that part does on the inside. The students loved that each page could flip up but that together it

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Parts of the plant you can eat. Plan to create a flip book. Cut and paste examples inside.

Parts of the plant you can eat. Plan to create a flip book. Cut and paste examples inside.

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Celebrate Earth Day with this worksheets! Label the parts of the plant shown in the picture and tell what each part does to keep the plant alive.

Celebrate Earth Day with this worksheets! Label the parts of the plant shown in the picture and tell what each part does to keep the plant alive.

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Greenhouses. Ziplock bag, wet cotton balls and seeds. You can see all the plant parts. This has a printable for the "house". Although I think I might just tape the bags to the window and have a lot of them.

Greenhouses. Ziplock bag, wet cotton balls and seeds. You can see all the plant parts. This has a printable for the "house". Although I think I might just tape the bags to the window and have a lot of them.

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This resource could be incorporated into a plant unit in kindergarten or 1st grade. This is a diagram that students create to show the different parts of a plant. Students will create their plant and correctly label each part. I will use this as an activity to assess students to determine if they know the parts of the plants. #etlobest

This resource could be incorporated into a plant unit in kindergarten or 1st grade. This is a diagram that students create to show the different parts of a plant. Students will create their plant and correctly label each part. I will use this as an activity to assess students to determine if they know the parts of the plants. #etlobest

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4 Easy and Quick Parts of a Plant Activities: Eating the parts of a plant - Teach Junkie
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