Spring Flowers Unit Study

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Spring is in the air! (and so is the pollen…lol.) It’s a great time of year to learn about flowers with this spring flowers unit study!

Flowers are all around us and it can be easy to take them for granted. Yet, they are actually complex and beautifully designed living things, complete with body parts and essential functions. With these books, crafts, and printables about spring flowers, kids can gain a new appreciation for how flowers enrich our world.

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What are the Parts of a Flower?

Watch the above video and then ask your kids to answer the following questions:

  1. Why do flowers have petals? (Answer: To attract insects)
  2. What are the two parts of the stamen? (Answer: Anther and filament)
  3. What does the anther do? (Answer: Produces pollen sacs)
  4. What does the sepal do? (Answer: Protect the flower when it is developing as a bud)
  5. How do leaves help flowers? (Answer: They store food and water to help keep flowers healthy)
  6. What does the stem do? (Answer: Send water and nutrients to the flower)

Books about Spring Flowers

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Reading about flowers is a great way to help kids learn different kinds of flowers and how they grow. Check out the following books about flowers to supplement your flower unit study.

1. The Flowers’ Festival by Elsa Beskow

2. Oh Say Can You Seed? All About Flowering Plants by Bonnie Worth and Aristides Ruiz

3. Ava’s Poppy by Marcus Pfister

4. Eyewitness Explorers: Flowers by David Burnie

Spring Flower Activities

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