Spring goes by fast and you do not want to miss it! Keep track of the different things you see everyday and follow the changes that are happening. Ask a grown-up to help you identify different flowers or plants you see. Maybe they will even help you do some research to find out more about what you find. Good luck, junior botanist!
Messy level: 1
(5 = Super messy. 1 = Not messy at all.)
- Notebook or paper
- Crayons, markers and/or colored pencils
- Tape or washi tape
- Stickers or sticker letters
1. Choose a flower or plant outside that you would like to study.
2. Draw a picture of it or take a picture.
3. Ask your grown-up to help you identify the plant or flower and write the name of it on your page.
4. Write down where you found the plant and why you chose it.
5. Do some research with your grown-up in books about plants or online to find more facts about your plant that you can add to your page.
6. Share your awesome scrapbook page with your family and get ready to make another one tomorrow!
Bonus: You can also pick a bloom or petal off your flower and put it in between book pages to dry. Once dried, you can tape the flower to your page!