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by Mary Ann Kelley

Homeschool resources about plants

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Looking for a curriculum that makes learning fun? You'll find it in Time4Learning's PreK-12 grade online homeschool curriculum.

Leaf Chromotology  (Y,M)
How Can the Different Pigments in Leaves Be Revealed?

Plant Information and Worksheets  (Y)
From Enchanted Learning

Calendar Connections Printables  (Y,M)
Free downloadable cards to be printed with graphic on one side and facts on the other. This pages has sets for: bugs, plants, ocean life, Independence Day, the Arctic and Antarctica, explorers, weather, astronomy, Presidents, Christmas around the world, and rainforests

Classification 2: A Touch of Class  (Y)
Classification 2: A Touch of Class extends this thinking by exposure to the idea that a variety of plants and animals (organisms) can be classified into one or more groups based on the various characteristics of a specific group. Grades 3-5

My Botanic Planet.com  (Y)
from Trugreen and Memphis Botanic Garden Center. With My Botanic Planet?, TruGreen aims to inspire K-5 students' interest in the diverse plant world around us and deliver on the ServiceMaster brands' commitment to being effective stewards of our environment and natural resources. Based on the classroom experience offered through the Memphis Botanic Garden reaching more than 40,000 students, TruGreen created My Botanic Planet.com with U.S. national standardized lesson plans and related interactive games for students to explore basic botany.

Plant lesson plans from Discovery School  (Y,M,O,T)
Plant lesson plans for grades K-5, 6-8 and 9-12.

Botony and Paleobotony Dictionary   (Y,M)
from Enchanted Learning.com

Biology of Plants  (Y,M,O,T)
Plants are alive, just like people and animals. How do we know this? Living things all do certain things: They grow and die. They need energy, nutrients, air, and water. They produce young. They are made up of cells. They react to what's around them.

Backyard Wildlife Habitat  (Y,M,O,T)
Summer is the perfect time to turn your backyard into a haven for wildlife. "A Backyard Wildlife Habitat site provides for wildlife the five basic elements needed for survival; food, water, cover and places to raise young along with sustainable gardening.

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