All Weekend Long:
You can grab my cute flowerpots and bean-planting directions that will promote science in your classroom or homeschool!
|Click the image to grab these flowerpots.https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Jack-the-Beanstalk-Flower-Pots-Plants-TK-K-1st-or-special-ed-626935|
Use my special techniques that will help you children to grow more beans and less mold.
|Click the image to grab these flowerpots.|
|Our "Plants" exploration center.|
|So many plants!|
Read Jack and the beanstalk and add a cute castle to this project to create a literacy link.
|Click the image to grab this product!https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Jack-the-Beanstalk-Flower-Pots-Plants-TK-K-1st-or-special-ed-626935|
|Plant grass seeds in eggshells!|
|Plant grass in clear cups and let the kids style the "hair"!|
|I found this on Pinterest. Use radish seeds. They sprout in 3 days!|
|I installed 3 raised bed gardens for square-foot gardening.|
|We grew organic edibles!|
And while you are visiting my TpT store, grab my school bus craftivity! It uses recycled cardboard egg cartons and looks GREAT pinned up around your classroom for Open House.
|Click the image to grab this FREE template. |
The banner is blank so you can add the name of your school or district.
Students get to add photos of their friends to their school bus which becomes a treasured keepsake for them to take home at the end of the year.
Let Earth Day last all year long! Get your students outside, enjoy nature, and bring nature into your classroom!
|Measuring plants after reading Jack & The Beanstalk.|