Tree Life Cycle

tree life cycle cards

These cards can be used to show children the life cycle of an oak tree: from acorn, to seedling, to young oak tree, to full grown oak tree. These can also be added to the science center, along with the self-checking card, for children to put in order.

Download: Tree Life Cycle

Comments

  1. Sarah Gillard says

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I am so appreciative for the oak tree life cycle pics I found here. I have been searching and was ready to just find clip art and create my own. Thank you! You saved me a lot of time!:)

  2. Kathy McKinney says

    Thank you so much for sharing this. I am teaching Kindergarten for the first time and I am a bit overwhelmed so your Oak tree life cycle is very much appreciated.

  3. Karen says

    Thank you for the time and effort you have put into this site. I coach Kindergym and often use ‘Prekinders.com’ for inspiration and resources when planning themes and activities.

  4. shannon says

    THanks SO much for this great resource. Used it to teach sunday school about Christ’s life growing in us. Thanks again.

  5. sherry says

    Thank you so much for the printable this will help my children know the cycle of a tree.
    You have alot of good ideas that are very helpful thank you.

  6. Nancy says

    Hi! Karen this is nancy . I am doing a lesson plan about leaves. I like your idea about going on a nature walk and collect leaves. The children will come inside the class and will put the fresh leaves they have collected n a tray and day by day they will see the changes n transfer the leaves to another tray. I am having a hard time with my objectives, instructional activity, procedures because they all have to match my standars. Do you have any ideas or sugestions. Thank you very much.

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