A strawberry plant diagram is a useful tool for teaching the parts of a strawberry plant. It’s a great resources for helping students understand how strawberries grow and function.
Below, we’ll learn the parts of a strawberry plant, from the roots to the leaves. Understanding how a strawberry plant works can help kids care for strawberry plants of their own.
Kids will enjoy learning about where their food comes from by tracing the path from the soil to their plate.
These free printables help little ones learn the parts of a strawberry plant. As your kids cut and paste the labels on the diagram, they’ll build their vocabulary while strengthening fine motor skills.
In this set of science worksheets, you’ll find a teaching chart to use as a model as well as two pages your kids can complete as an assessment of what they’ve learned.
There is a color and a black/white version of the cut and paste page. Choose whichever fits your needs.
How to Prepare the Worksheets
The printables require no preparation. Just print them out, provide your child with scissors and glue, and you’re all set!
I like to print the strawberry plant diagram on cardstock, and I laminate it for durability. It can be hung in your learning space for your kids to reference throughout your unit.
Using the Printables
To begin your lesson about strawberries, you should read a nonfiction book about strawberries and how they grow. Watch a Strawberry Grow is great for young children. The real pictures and short informative text helps kids understand how the plants grow.
After reading the book, share the strawberry plant diagram with your kids. Help them learn the vocabulary associated with a strawberry plant.
Test their knowledge by naming a part and having your child point to it on the diagram. Help them become familiar with the written name of each part, as well, so they can complete the labeling page on their own.
If your kids enjoyed this strawberry cut and paste worksheet, your kids may enjoy one or more of the activities featured below.
You can add these activities to your life cycle of a strawberry unit study and/or lesson plans.
• Here’s a fun life cycle of a strawberry placemat that will help your children identify and describe how strawberries grow.
• Add these strawberry math worksheets to your summer preschool lessons for a fun way to practice numbers to ten.
• Summer is the best time of year to study strawberries. This strawberry life cycle bundle features 21 hands-on activities!
Books About Strawberries
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about strawberries. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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The First Strawberries – Long ago, the first man and woman quarrelled. The woman left in anger, but the Sun sent tempting berries to Earth to slow the wife’s retreat.
Watch a Strawberry Grow – Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they learn about how this delicious berry is grown and harvested.
The Red Ripe Strawberry and the Big Hungry Bear – Little Mouse loves strawberries, but so does the big hungry bear. . . How will Little Mouse stop the bear from eating his freshly picked, red ripe strawberry?
Enhance Your Activity Time
Add some felt strawberries to your pretend play area for hours of imaginative play.
This felt strawberry puzzle is a great way to help little ones strengthen fine motor and logical reasoning skills.
Kids can grow their own strawberries, and observe the parts of a strawberry plant up close and personal.