Older children might like to try writing an acrostic poem using the letters in the word "sunflower". This sunflower acrostic poem printable makes the process much more enjoyable and it looks lovely on display. Alternatively, use as a writing frame.
Whether you are learning about life cycles or just looking to add some summery fun to your classroom we hope you'll enjoy our sunflower worksheets.
Younger children can learn to write the letters of the word "sunflower" with the help of this pretty finger tracing worksheet.
As the kids fill in the missing words in this sunflower lifecycle cloze, they will be learning a little about the lifecycle of the sunflower plant.
Challenge the kids on their knowledge of the sunflower plant lifecycle with this fun labelling worksheet.
Use the correct words from the box to label the sunflower lifecycle diagram on this worksheet. You can choose from our pre-coloured version of this worksheet, or black and white so you can colour the pictures in yourself.
Can you tell the difference between a young plant and an adult plant, and the other phases in the life cycle of sunflower? Use this fun matching worksheet to test your knowledge.
When you are learning about the life cycle of a sunflower, print these useful notebooking pages to keep your notes safe! We have two variations for each stage of the life cycle.
Cut out the pretty sunflower life cycle pictures from the first sheet of this printable (in colour or black and white), then arrange in the order of the sunflower plant lifecycle. Then glue the pictures onto the second sheet to complete the sunflower lifecycle diagram!
Use this sunflower life cycle story paper to write about your own experience of growing sunflowers, or to describe the picture. We have four versions to choose from, with lines or handwriting lines, and a choice of ready-coloured or black and white.
The kids can describe the life cycle of a sunflower on this story paper using the picture to guide them. Choose from one of four versions below (colour/black and white, with lines or handwriting lines).
There are no labels on these sunflower life cycle story papers, so can the kids describe the process themselves on each page. We've got four versions to choose from below, either lined or with handwriting lines, and in colour or black and white.
Use these four sunflower life cycle story papers to write about your own experience of growing a sunflower, or to describe the scenes in each picture. We have four versions to choose from, with lines or handwriting lines, and a choice of ready-coloured or black and white.
This pretty sunflower story paper makes a useful writing printable for summer, and it comes complete with a picture to colour in, too!
Use this beautifully illustrated sunflower story paper to write an account of planting a sunflower and watching it grow. Or you could write down some weekly measurements as it grows taller?
Complete the picture of this beautiful sunflower. If you prefer you can use the grid option to help you.
Our bright and cheerful sunflower picture makes this word tracing worksheet lots of fun for the kids!