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Botany Lapbook

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As part of our Botany Project back in the Summer the kids completed their Botany Notebooks, their Trees Lapbook and this Botany Lapbook, putting the final touches last week.

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Most of the work was completed using this fantastic book, the Usborne Science Encyclopedia pages 250-295. It goes into a huge amount of detail so I simplified some of it for my children by writing notes on our whiteboard. By clicking through to the Usborne Quiklinks, we watched videos, saw diagrams and played games to learn all about plants. And we also went out to the park and collected various plant parts to examine under our microscope.

You can download the files for this Botany Lapbook HERE and the Lapbook Front Cover HERE.

This Lapbook is made by taping two sheets of A3 card side by side and then folding inwards on itself until it becomes A4. This is how it looks as it opens out.

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This set of mini flaps explain the many ways that plants feed.

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This is a flap all about cones.

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This is a tab book about the parts of a plant cell.

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This is a flap book all about different types of non-vascular plants.

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A tab book about the different cycles used by plants.

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Different types of fruits layered book.

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A tag book about plant sensitivity.

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A tab book about the differences between true fruits and false fruits.

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A triangular petal book all about how plants disperse their seeds.

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A flap about the male and female parts of plants.

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A tab book about pollination.

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A flap all about germination of a seed.

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A flap book all about different types of compound leaves.

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A layered book about types of roots.

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