Are your students ready to learn about one of the most underappreciated wonders in nature? It’s time they take a closer look at something they see–and probably step on–every day. It’s the ordinary leaf, only this marvel isn’t ordinary at all, as we’ll soon see. Let’s dive into this FREE Leaf Terminology Vocabulary Copywork Notebook!
This post is part of the Vocabulary Copywork Series
Many of the leaves we encounter in our everyday lives are quite small (though some tropical varieties grow large enough to be used to build shelters!). Their size doesn’t stop them from performing incredible process including photosynthesis and transpiration, though.
And did you know that there are compound leaves, simple leaves, palmate leaves, parallel leaves, and pinnate leaves to study? Not only that, but leaves come in various shapes such as heart-shaped, lanceolate, lobed, sinuate, and triangular.
They can include pigments such as chlorophyll, xanthophyll, carotene, and anthocyanins.
Plus, leaves can be made of many parts such as the blade, apex, margin, midrib, veins, petiole, stipule, and more.
In this unit, students look at twenty-eight terms related to leaves and copy them and their definitions onto the notebook pages. Each page of the copywork notebook is bordered with a geometrically-patterned border they can color if desired.
They key terms in this unit are:
- simple leaf
- compound leaf
- palmate leaf
- parallel leaf
- pinnate leaf
- reticulated venation
- leaf scar
Download this FREE vocabulary copywork notebook today and discover the incredible world of leaves!
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