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The Garden Preschool Pack was put together when our family was part of a garden challenge – as a little something extra for our preschooler to do with us. There are THREE parts to this pack ~ a total of 43 pages if you decide to use all of the printables! I’ve added a few new types of pages and included some fun games and a song in with the pack too!

We primarily used the book Jack’s Garden by Henry Cole for our study about gardening along with several other great books. Here’s a look inside the first two parts of the Garden Preschool Pack:

~ Name tag strip and story summary sheet for front of lapbook or folder if you store your preschool pack

~ Gardening words {and 2 part word and picture matching cards}

~ Water the Flower tracing lines

~ Cabbage Counting Game ~ counting & number identification cards

~ Parts of a Flower cards and How a Flower Grows game

~ Beginning sound word cards and tracing strips

~ Rhyming word cards

~ Letter P and G word tracing sheets

~ and MUCH more!!!!

Here’s a look at what Part 1 and 2 of the Garden Preschool Pack include:

 

Garden Wordsinitial sound word cardsparts of a flower
 

 

 

Beginning sound cardsStory Sequencing cardsWatering can tracing
 The 15 page Garden Bonus Pack includes several games, additional beginning sounds cards, a cut/paste activity, tracing sheets, and more…

 

 

Flower gameSeeds tracing sheetVeggie Basket
 

 

Be sure to download all of the pdf files. I split it into three so that it would be easier to download!

Download Part 1

Download Part 2

Download Bonus

Download Lesson Plans

Stories & Books We Used While Learning


 

If you’re looking for more Preschool Packs, be sure to check out the growing collection on my website!

parts of a flower craft - a simple activity to learn about basic flower anatomy

Garden themed sensory tub

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Comments

  1. Perfect!  Thanks for sharing!  I will enjoy doing with my kiddos!

  2. Thanks a lot for sharing this material! Svetlana

  3. Thanks For Sharing!

  4. I loved every page!❤️ Thank you!

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