Plant Growth Chart For Kids: A Free Printable For Kids

Plant Growth Chart - Free Printable

April 01, 2018
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Spring is here. Can I get a hallelujah? Okay, I know! Super Cheesy, but I love spring! The sun comes out, birds start chirping, we can play outside AND plants grow! My kids and I love the process of planting flowers and a garden as well as watching them grow! Printable Plant Growth Chart For Kids: Encourage your children to learn about gardening and watch their flowers and plants grow.

Planting Gardens

Planting gardens is a great activity to introduce to children, regardless how young. Gardening teaches us patience, hard work, and persistence. It is also a fantastic hands on, outdoor activity! In my experience, the easiest plants to grow are: Beans Beats Peas Lettuce Carrots Corn Peppers Pumpkin Spinach Radishes Tomatoes Zucchini How delicious would that be to have all of that in your backyard? Printable Plant Growth Chart For Kids: Encourage your children to learn about gardening and watch their flowers and plants grow.

The Growing Process

Watching plants grow is worse than watching paint dry (cheesy again, I know). Most kids that I know don’t have a super great amount of patience, hence the reason for this free printable. Kids can observe their plants grow and record the growth on this chart. This can be done in a couple ways.
  1. Kids can use a different color crayon or pencil to show the growth up through the squares.
  2. Kids can use different color crayon or pencil to draw what the growing plant actually looks like, a different square for a different day.
Either way this printable is used, kids can enjoy watching the plants change daily until they are fully grown.     Once you plant your vegetables (or flowers), print the Plant Growth Chart and your kids can have fun while adding a little science into their days.    
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September Box
Single Box

16 activities each month

Intentional Book Club
Intentional Book Club

Join the book club!

Leaves Theme in the September Box!
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Count the leaves, find the letters and discuss the wonderful colors of Autumn in the Leaves theme!