Gardening Resources

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Use these worksheets, references, and activities to teach children about soil, fruits, vegetables, and gardening. Enrich your curriculum with resources about flora, review garden tools, and enhance lessons with clip art images. Science activities about plant growth and development are a great way to introduce younger children to biology.

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    Literature & Math: Stories About Flowers

    Enrich your curriculum with this printable lesson for Counting in the Garden by Kim Parker and The R... read more

    Educational Clip Art Images from DK

    Browse TeacherVision's library of downloadable clip art for images of everything from insects and di... read more

    Vegetables

    Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating marrow and zucchinis. read more

    Spade

    Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating a spade. read more

    Peas

    Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating peas in pod. read more

    Garden Gnome

    Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating a garden gnome. read more

    Watering Can

    Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating a watering can. read more

    The Garden of Abdul Gasazi Teacher's Guide

    Discover the magic of Chris Van Allsburg's first children's book, The Garden of Abdul Gasazi. This p... read more

    Nonfiction Reading Warm-Up: Colonial Gardens

    Students will read a nonfiction passage about Colonial gardens and answer related reading comprehens... read more

    Classifying Seeds

    During this primary science lesson, students will learn classification by sorting seeds into categories based on appearance. read more

    In a Garden

    Students use this graphic organizer to list what animals and plants are found in a garden. This prin... read more

    Which Soil Is Best for Plants?

    Students are asked to identify which of two soil samples would be best for planting a garden. Assess... read more

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