This is a wonderful flower matching game. For preschoolers, this would need to be a small group activity instead of an individual activity so that reading help could be given to the child. This is a great way to re-enforce the parts of a plant.
"Plant a garden. Watch it grow. Grab the shovel! Grab the hoe!" The "Plant a Garden" Adapted Books Unit is a spring themed unit that focuses on garden vocabulary. This unit includes 2 adapted books, 3 file folder games, 2 cookie sheet activities, 1 clothespin task and 1 set of vocabulary handwriting sheets. This unit has just been UPDATED!!! (1/2016) In addition to all of the above activities, this unit now includes an updated adapted book and 4 new vocabulary extension activities.
Do you know you have a family tree? Family trees are interesting and fun and always growing. Once you make the tree, you will be able to remember how everyone is related. So what does your family tree look like?
It can be hard sometimes to get the family outside and being creative and active! Too many distractions with all those electronics. So, I have found 18 family friendly backyard games that you can make yourself!
When designing any plant bed, there are 3 main plants you'll want to focus on. Specimen plants (usually an ornamental tree), accent plants (roses or other shrub to provide color), and a key plant (larger tree/shrub to help house feel the right size).