The Tiny Seed. Designed By Jenn Silva RDG 589. Materials Needed. The Tiny Seed book by Eric Carle Pencils Crayons One computer per student What plants need to live (worksheet 1) The Tiny Seed worksheet (worksheet 2) How-To booklet (beyond reading activity). Introduction.
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Designed By Jenn Silva
Have you ever wondered how a plant can grow from a tiny seed?
Click on the flower below to learn about the lifecycle of a plant.
Picture from www.amazon.com
Before you read The Tiny Seed with your partner, take a picture walk with your partner. Discuss and make predictions about what might happen to the tiny seed.
What do you think a seed
needs in order to be able to grow?
Click on the garden to print and fill out the activity worksheet.
Now that you have read The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle, you learned about things that helped the tiny seed grow and things that hurt the tiny seed. Click on the sunflower below to complete a story recall activity.
Now that you have learned all about planting, create your own “How-To” plant a seed book like we have been learning about in Writer’s Workshop. Be sure to include all the important things that a plant needs to grow.
Click on the gardener to print out the “How-to” paper.
Did you enjoy reading The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle?
Visit Eric Carle’s website to learn more about some other books that were written by him
Click on any of the books to get information about them on Eric Carle’s website
Pictures borrowed from Eric Carle’s website: www.eric-carle.com