The students will be able to identify the different parts of a flower and graph each picture to find a sum of total leaves, flowers, etc...
Recycled water bottle / CD case seed growing activity
An ecosystem in 3 bottles! Definitely going to being gathering supplies right now, so I can show it to my classroom in the fall! Maybe we could do this in groups, though it might end up being pretty expensive.
My Mom did this with her AP Environmental Science kids - it was a hit!
this makes me want to do a science fair project NOW
Wildlife stack 041 by Dawn Isaac, via Flickr
Plants we eat anchor chart or pocket chart! This would be a great visual for our preschool kiddos but I would use realistic visuals for each one.
This shows the importance of plants in our soil. Plants like trees and grasses help purify ground water. Without them the ground water gets polluted and harder to clean and drink.
First Grade Fever!: Lil Garden Cuties & a Freebie!
Garden tool holder I made from pallet - Follow my "School projects made"