How Do Leaves Breathe? A Simple Science Experiment for Kids
Learn what plants breathe through with this leaf & tree science experiment as kids get hands-on with the process of photosynthesis!
PreK: Garden Theme Board
Since we planted a garden, my son has asked non-stop questions about it. Good thing our garden theme came JUST in time!!! Here is our sch...
Gardening With Kids
Looking for tips on gardening with kids? You are in the right spot! Spring time is our favorite time of year. The kids and I get so excited to start planing our seeds and begin
Pine Cone Science Experiment for Kids | Why Do Pinecones Open?
Have you ever wondered why some pinecones are open and some are closed? This student-led pine cone science experiment is perfect for inquiry and discovery.
A good way to compare and contrast animals and plants is to use a hula hoop venn diagram. This can be put on the bulletin board and can be hung up for an extended period of time and is easy to see.
This rhyme introduces children to the parts of the plants. When going to the original site you are able to find other cool activities that you can incorporate into your lesson such as taking white carnations and putting them into water with food colouring and watching the flower change colours. Very engaging and hands on for the children.
113+ Graphs (Diagrams and Charts) from Early Childhood Classrooms
Graphs and Charts in Early Childhood: Preschool and Kindergarten. Graph RoundUP at RainbowsWithinReach
Science for Kids: Dissect a Bean Seed (with free printable recording sheet)
One of our favorite science activities for kids during the spring season is dissecting a bean seed! It's an easy science experiment for kids and is always lots of fun!
Plant Life Cycle
Ms. Hall's kindergarten class has been studying the life cycle of flowering plants. Check out their amazing art work! Ms. Hall's illustration of the life cycle Students were to draw and color a flower, then cut and paste the parts of the plant onto their picture. Here are just a few examples. Wonderful job, Ms. Hall's class! First grade teacher- watch out! You have some smarties coming your way next year! Kindergarten Parents- feel free to drop by the school, sign in, and see what else…