This 3-page set of free writing practice features plants and flowers vocabulary. It is a perfect resource to your plant or flowers unit study. I like that this set contains quite a bit of vocabulary to help kids get familiar with plant terms. The words are perfect for Early Kindergartners still working on correct letter formation, as well as first graders who are still learning to decode words and figure out spelling rules.
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