Find the best plant, seed, and garden books for preschoolers. These favorites will be great additions to your classroom library and perfect for your plant study.
Are you looking for some books for your garden theme or plant theme unit or lesson plans? Here are some of my favorite garden books for preschoolers.
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If you are looking for an engaging book about gardening, this is it! The lovely book encourages interaction (planting seeds, tapping the clouds, touching the blossoms…) as it presents the life cycle of a plant.
Kids can see how Lola plants and cares for her garden in this sweet book.
Teach kids about the important role that worms play in the garden with this wonderful book by Linda Glaser.
Help kids see what goes on in a garden from the nurturing of the gardener to the assistance of bugs. This book is both whimsical and educational…a great read-aloud.
This is an excellent and easy to understand book for kids with real-life pictures of plants and their parts. Your kids will enjoy this as a reference in your plant-themed science center.
Follow kids as they work and play in a community garden in San Francisco.
Help kids learn about vegetables with this gorgeously illustrated book. The book provides lots of information, but you can easily adapt it to your kids’ attention span. I love how it shows that vegetables come from different parts of plants (stems, seeds, roots, etc).
Take a journey through the life cycle of Jack’s garden in this beautifully written and illustrated book.
Mr. McGreely has a big problem in his garden….bunnies. Kids love this silly story and will cheer along with the repetitive text in this super fun book.
A simple non-fiction book with real photographs. This little book would be a great addition to a science table.
I hope that this list of garden books for kids helps you out. Do you have some favorite books that you use during your garden and plant study? I would love to hear about them. Please share them in the comments below.