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All About Gardening Picture Book List and Unit Studies Resources for Preschool

The weather is getting warm in my neck of the woods, flowers are beginning to peep out. And it's the time of year to be thinking about planting a garden.

I have to admit that I don't really have a green thumb. In fact, every time we've tried to garden, we haven't been very successful. Between bunnies who've enjoyed the free food and heat that's dried up our plants, we've only succeeded in growing some okra and some cucumbers.

But even though I've never succeeded in gardening, I love the idea of a garden. (Does that count for anything?!) And in honor of gardening season, I'm sharing a garden-themed booklist, some gardening activities, and a list of garden-themed lapbooks and printables so you can enjoy all things gardening with your preschoolers.

Garden booklist and unit study
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Garden-Themed Picture Books





~ Make a seed book to let kids see what different seeds look like.

~ Create a mini greenhouse so kids can watch seeds sprout.

~ Even if you don't get to plant a full garden, you can plant carrots in a two liter bottle like these from Your Small Kitchen Garden.

~ This activity from Teach Preschool uses a fun "sticky table" activity to enhance what kids are learning about plants and seeds.

~ This science activity from Putti's World shows kids how plants absorb water.

~ This charting activity from Prekinders is a fun way for kids to predict how plants grow.

~ This garden sensory tub from Homeschool Creations would make a fun accompaniment to a garden unit study.

~ Practice counting and sorting with this seeds and flower pots activity from The Imagination Tree.

~ Experiment with what seeds need to grow with this activity from Feels Like Home.

~ This cute activity from Little Stars Learning  is a fun craft when you're learning about seeds and plant parts.



Garden-Themed Lapbooks and Printables

~ Lapbook Lessons has a free Garden Lapbook with places to record information about seeds, plants, and what plants need to grow, as well as a place for kids to record what's happening in their own garden.

~ Spell Out Loud has a free printable seed journal for preschoolers.

~ This free garden pack from This Reading Mama has all kinds of fun activities for preschoolers.

~ Homeschool Share has quite a few free garden-themed lapbooks and unit studies.

~ Homeschool Creations has an awesome Garden Printables Pack for preschool

All About Gardening Picture Book List and Unit Studies Resources

I wish you luck in all your gardening adventures this fall and hope you enjoy these garden-themed resources.

“Mrs.AOK,


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