Are you looking for different ways to support your students as they build their knowledge of plant vocabulary? Try labelling the plant activity sheets, playing a vocabulary match game, and answering “What Am I?” riddles. Download your FREEBIE games and templates in this blogpost.

3 Ways to Teach Students AboutPlant Vocabulary

Label the Plant

Download your set of tiered label the plant activity sheets! Provide students with the template that matches their learning needs. CLICK on the image below for your set of templates.

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Vocabulary Match

Provide students with a set of Plant Vocabulary Match cards. Students match the words to the definitions. After students have matched up all the cards. Have them partner up and take turns using each vocabulary word in a sentence. CLICK on the image below to DOWNLOAD your vocabulary match activity:

Plant Vocab Match



“What Am I?” Riddles

Have the students create “What am I?” riddles using plant vocabulary words. For example, students may write, “I am part of a plant. I am brightly coloured. What am I?” or “I am a part of the Earth. I am the place where plants grow. What am I?”

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Related Product: Plant Vocabulary

Looking for even more NO PREP ideas to develop plant vocabulary? CLICK on the image to check out Plant Tiered Vocabulary Booklets:

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