FREE Resources and Ideas to Use With Apologia’s “Exploring Creation with Botany”

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Exploring Creation with Botany makes studying nature and plants fun and exciting. Exploring Creation with Botany was one of the  first books in the Young Explorer Series. 

Free Resources and Ideas to Use with Apologia's Young Explorer Books - Botany

Description of Exploring Creation with Botany (from Apologia website):

In this award-winning homeschool elementary science curriculum, Exploring Creation with Botany presents a scientifically sound and God-honoring study of botany for grades K-6. Content covered includes the nature of botany and the process of classifying plants. It then discusses the development of plants from seeds, the reproduction processes in plants, the way plants make their food, and how plants get their water and nutrients and distribute them throughout the body of the plant. –

 

Here are some great FREE resources and ideas to use when studying Botany:

Printables:
Exploring Creation with Botany Study Guides from Donna Young
Plant Anatomy and Basic Botany Printable Pages from KBteachers
Botany Coloring Pages
Montessori Botany Materials from Living Montessori Now
Learning the Parts of a Plant
Flower Petal Soup in the Outdoor Kitchen
Exploring How Water Travels Through Leaves

Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop has some great Botany Resources:

Meet Penny has some great Apologia Botany lesson plans, printables and ideas:

Guest Hollow has lots of  beautiful Botany Notebooking Pages
 

Botany Lapbook at Homeschool Share




Plants and Flowers Themed Resources and Freebies

Tree Nature Study Ideas: Free Printables and Resources

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Fun Activities ~ alot of these can be used with your little ones that are too young to do Science, but can still participate with the activities:
Edible Plant Cells and Poetry Journals
Pressed Flower Key Rings
10 Healthy Flower Snacks for Kids
Paper Plate Venus Flytrap
Eating the Parts of a Plant

You might also like: 

FREE Online Apologia Science Courses for Middle & High School


Some fun resources to use with Exploring Creation with Botany:

Kids First Botany - Experimental Greenhouse KitKids First Botany – Experimental Greenhouse KitGreen Kid Crafts, Botany Discovery BoxGreen Kid Crafts, Botany Discovery Box4M Grow a Maze Kit4M Grow a Maze KitDune Craft, Strange Plant CollectionDune Craft, Strange Plant CollectionStrange Plants KitStrange Plants KitRoot-Vue FarmRoot-Vue Farm

 

Click here to view the resources for the other volumes in the Apologia Young Explorer’s Series


 


 

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