The idea to create these worksheets with spring flowers came to me because of the weather outside we have in Washington now. The leaves start to grow in the bushes. On some bushes in our backyard, I see buds. I know it is February. I know it is winter. I’m not crazy, but the weather outside is ;).
I believe that kids need to practice writing daily, constantly. Starting with the alphabet and number tracing. Neat, readable letters come with time and practice. I see in my kids, that it takes a long time to get the ability to write fast enough to make notes and make writing readable to others. On this blog, you will find plenty of worksheets with tracing words, numbers, letters, and also challenges inspired by something like autumn, spring, and summer :).
Spring flowers worksheets – this is what you will find in the file
Today’s worksheets are different than usual, let me know in the comment if you like this new look with red and blue lines and more pictures. Altogether there are 6 printable pages. The first two pages are tracing pages with names of spring flowers. The size of the letters should be good for kindergarten and 1st-grade kids.
The two first pages feature lined writing paper with traceable names of the spring flowers. The lines are red and blue, the bottom line is red and the color indicates where to start a new line. For each flower, there is a space to rewrite its name at least once. The names of flowers to trace and write on these pages:
The third and fourth pages are small flashcards with spring flowers (same as on the previous two pages). You can cut them, let your child trace the names of the flowers, and learn about them. These pages are made to help your child to learn not only names but also what the flower looks like.
The next page shows how the tulip is growing from the bulb to the flower. On this page, you can trace words like bulb, leaves, bud, and flower. Use this page to talk about how tulips grow. You can go further and buy bulbs and grow tulips in your home.
Tulip from bulb to flower (life cycle)
- Tulip grows from the bulb. The bulb should be put to the ground in the fall before frost.
- In early spring the leaves grow from the bulb and show above the ground.
- For the first couple of days, there are only leaves but with time the buds start to show.
- In the next stage, the buds change colors from green to the final flower color.
- In the next couple of days, the plant is growing bigger and the flower is showing.
- The bulbs of tulip can be left in the ground, they will grow again next spring.
The last page shows parts of the flower. All names are traceable.
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