Dimensions: 110mm (H) x 370mm (W)
Plants grow Outdoors so that is why you have made this beautiful WOOD sign to leave outdoors for a good few years, it is a great early learning resource that aims to help with your sustainability. This resource assists with Quality Area 3; EYLF Outcome 2; My Time, Our Place Learning Outcome 2; & STEM
Science. Talk about the life cycle of a plant. What does it need to grow? Ask questions about environmental aspects—what will happen if it gets too cold, rains too much or not enough? Which seeds grow faster?
Math. Many math skills can be involved in planting a garden, such as measuring the space, counting seeds, spacing the seeds or plants, or comparing the sizes of seeds.
Art. Children can draw pictures of plants or possibly make a series of pictures of the vegetable or fruit from a seed as it grows to a full plant. They can make their own row markers by drawing a picture of the plant on a piece of paper or cardstock, then covering it with clear contact paper.
Language & Reading. Many libraries have books about gardening that parents can read with their children. Look at seed catalogs and let children help choose what to plant. As it gets closer to harvest time, help them look for recipes that might use items they have grown.
Our lifecycle range of outdoor signs also includes: Life Cycle of a Chicken, Life Cycle of a Frog, Life Cycle of a Carrot, Life Cycle of a Butterfly, Life Cycle of a Tomato, Life Cycle of a Sunflower