Plants and Flowers Pop-Up Book

Supplement your plants and flowers unit by motivating your kids to write using a 3-D pop-up book! 
Write about plants and flowers and how they grow after studying them! Perfect motivation to get your kids moving and writing!

I have also included in this post a very special mini-book I have planned for Earth Day! It is called “Protect the Earth.” It great for guided reading.  This book talks about how we can protect the earth and how we can celebrate Earth Day.  There is also a fun writing piece at the end.

Click to download


This video-book is an absolute must-see with beautiful illustrations with kid-friendly language! Your students will love watching little Sid and how he becomes a beautiful tree!




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