Do your kids know how the food we eat every day grows? Do they know that big, juicy watermelons or giant, round pumpkins start as small seeds? Have fun exploring the world of plants with this FREE Plants Life Cycles Cut & Paste unit.
This FREE Plants Life Cycles Cut & Paste is a simple, no-prep science activity your kids can enjoy. Plus, it’s hands-on and can provide hours of fun.
This cut and paste unit looks at the life cycles of 13 different plants. They include the:
- cocoa plant
- cherry tree
- coniferous tree
Kids can cut out each stage of growth and then paste them into the provided life cycle diagrams. Plus, there’s an answer key in the back just for you when they are finished!
This is a great opportunity to talk to your kids about how things grow and how important the stages of development are for these plants.
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You might also enjoy these FREE cut and paste activities:
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Both a color and black and white version are included. Print just the pages you need! Have fun exploring how plants grow with this FREE unit. Digging in the dirt is optional!
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