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Parts of a flower

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Flowers contain vital parts, including petals, which form flowers. Sepals protect the flowers before they bloom. Most flowers have male and female parts that allow the flower to produce seeds. Most seeds transform into fruits and vegetables. Learn more about the main parts of a flower.

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This Parts of a Flower Craft is a fun way for children to learn the different parts that make up a flower and will be a great addition to your flower unit.

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It was 50 degrees here in Wisconsin today, which basically means it’s time to break out the flip flops and get outside. We are thinking spring thoughts and hoping for warmer days soon, so it’s time to get started on our spring themes in preschool. It is too early to do any planting outside, but […]

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Here are some pics of the 3D poster the Eminent Child made. The poster itself has all the parts labeled but the 3D section pulls off for close examination.

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Kids can label the stem, roots, leaves, and flower of a plant by completing an easy cut and paste activity. This printable worksheet is a great way for kids to gain a better understanding of the world around them.

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Flowers are wonderful educational objects for learning! Your kids or classroom can learn all 10 parts of a flower! Try our Parts of a Flower worksheets here at SuperstarWorksheets!

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This week's learning theme is plants. We got lots of rain last week and tons of flowers as a result. Today we decided to dissect a flower. We didn't

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