Outdoor Hour Challenge – Garden #2 Flower Parts

Learning the Parts of a Flower

This challenge will be helpful to all families as they strive to learn the technical names for flower parts. Make sure to read the pages in the Handbook of Nature Study and look up the link in the challenge.  There’s a printable with the flower parts labeled. Don’t make this too much of a drill or memorization assignment. As the need arises, use the proper names for the flower parts as you go through your outdoor time and find garden flowers or wildflowers to observe.

Outdoor Hour Challenge Garden Flower Study - Flower Parts @handbookofnaturestudy

Garden Flower Nature Study – Read the Handbook of Nature Study Page 456 (Section titled: How to Teach the Names of the Parts of a Flower and of the Plant.)

Link to the Archive Outdoor Hour Challenge – Focus on Garden Flowers #2

Use the information you learn this week to take a closer look at a garden flower of choice. If you made a list of flowers last week, choose a flower from the list and look for its parts together with your children. Practice using the flower part names and it will get easier!

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We’re continuing to work through the Garden Flower and Plants ebook over the next few weeks. If you own this ebook or have access to it in your Ultimate Naturalist Library, you’ll want to get it out and read the first few pages that outline how the ten week series of garden challenges work together and can be done in any order that makes sense to your family. The ebook has planning pages as you choose, observe, and then learn more about each garden flower you study.

If you would like to purchase a membership to have all of the challenges at your fingertips and the custom notebooking pages too, click over to read all the details and download a sample: Garden Flower and Plant Challenges.

Handbook of Nature Study Newsletter Button May 2014 Gardens

If you’re a member here on the Handbook of Nature Study website, you can also download and use the May 2014 newsletter for more garden nature study ideas.  

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