Help your students get into the spirit of spring with these Flowers Blend Match-Ups. Your students will have so much fun reviewing their blends that they will have no idea that they are learning.
Flowers Blend Match-Up contains twenty different flower blends covering l blends, r blends, and s blends. There is an option that allows students to match up the blends based on colors or a mixed color petal option for students that need more of an option.
Getting Flowers Blend Match-Up Ready
Print the match-ups on cardstock and laminate. This will allow you to use the product year after year.
Doing Flowers Blend Match-Up
Students will start the activity by choosing a flower with a blend on it . My daughter chose the flower with the blend “cl”.
Students will then sort through all of the petals with pictures looking for the ones that have the blend “cl”.
Each flower has six petals with a visual. Once the flower has has six petals representing the corresponding blend, they can move on to a new blend and start again.
Another way this could be completed, is to have all of the flowers laid out on a table or even the floor. Students will then sort through all of the petals and place each one at the correct flower.
If you have younger (or struggling) students that would be overwhelmed by the number of puzzle pieces in this activity, scale it back. Provide them with only a few of the blends. Once they master those, you can slowly add in more.
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I hope that you and your students enjoy Flower Blend Match-Ups to use in your classroom this year! Are you looking for more spring ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom? If so don’t miss out on all of our spring Lessons!
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