What are plants made of? How do they grow? What all creatures live in the garden? Does your curious preschooler have a lot of questions about the world of plants, the garden and its creatures — in short, the nature? Then, this month’s Flintobox theme, Nature Detective, is sure to cater your little nature enthusiast’s inquisitiveness. He/she is sure to learn a lot about the natural world through a set of interesting activities. This apart, we are giving away a bunch of free downloadable nature detective printable worksheets!
There are 4 printable worksheets that will enhance your child’s knowledge and skills. From visual tracking and hand-eye coordination to logical and cognitive skills, they will meaningfully engage your little one!
All you have to do is, click on the link, take a print-out of the activity sheets, and hand them over to your kids. Don’t forget to give them pencils, crayons and sketch pens!
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Nature Detective Printable Worksheets For Preschoolers
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Parts Of A Plant
Help your preschooler colour and learn the parts of a plant.
How this activity helps: Your preschooler learns to identify different parts of the plant. In this activity, your child acquires vocabulary relating to plants.
Help your preschooler match and colour the flowers according to the colours of the rainbow.
How this activity helps: This activity introduces your preschooler to rainbow and its colours. You can discuss with your child about flowers of different colours.
Symmetry In The Garden
Help your preschooler identify and match the correct symmetrical halves of each garden element.
How this activity helps: This activity requires your preschooler observe and match the garden elements. Your child’s learns to discern symmetry of each garden element.
Trace The Leaves
Help your preschooler traces along the dotted lines to create leaves of various shapes.
How this activity helps: Your preschooler draws along the dotted lines to complete the leaves. In this activity, your child learns about the different shapes of leaves.
You can further your child’s understanding of the natural world by going on a walk in a garden, visiting a nursery, starting your own garden, spotting the different creatures in a garden, etc. You can do a number of interesting DIY activities using paper cups, paper folding, paper plates, etc. There’s no alternative to gardening though, as it will develop as a wonderful hobby.
90% of a child’s permanent foundation for brain development occurs in the early years according to Rauch Foundation. An overuse of gadgets can only stunt this growth and cause a negative impact on the child’s overall development.
If your child is spending more time swiping and scrolling, instead of interaction with the real world, you need to act before it’s too late.
Find out if your child is being meaningfully and positively engaged by taking this simple quiz.