Now that Spring is here, it’s time to roll out our newest unit, preschool plant activities! I love this themed unit because it’s easy to find free items around your house, school, or nature to be used in the lessons! Here’s a few of the items you can find in this weeks themed lessons.
Plant Activities for Preschool
This leafy link activity is a fun way to introduce counting, one to one correspondence, and handwriting in one fun activity! Simply choose a numbered card, find it’s matching flower, say and trace the number, and connect that many Link-N-Learns to the plants stem.
This has been a huge hit with my little learners. Can you blame them? This preschool plant activity is super cute and extremely engaging. Choose a flower center and match it to the correct numbered petals.
How perfect is this math center?! Your students will love choosing a watering can and counting to find the matching numbered tulips!
Blending compound words can be a tricky topic for little learners. Help your little learners get ahead of the game by grabbing this resource for your reading center. Your students will choose two leaves, blend the words together, and identify the compound word. Snow + Man = Snowman!
These plant number mats are one of my favorite printables to have on hand. I love how there are so many skills wrapped up into one amazing resource. On each number mat your student will practice their handwriting, fine motor skills, reading, number recognition, and ten frame skills! What’s even better? What’s even better is that you can grab these plant number mats absolutely FREE.