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Learn ALL about plants (flowers, trees, vegetables, fruits, and more!) with our free Botany Lapbook.
Thanks to Debbie Palmer for creating this Botany Lapbook.
All the information you need is found in The Usborne Internet-Linked Science Encyclopedia. Usborne has updated this book and it is currently called The Usborne Science Encyclopedia. Your best bet is to order it directly from a consultant. Note: Page numbers may not coordinate with those provided in the lapbook.
Botany Lapbook Printables
The Botany Lapbook includes the following mini-books for your student’s lapbook:
- What Is Botany? File Folder
- Parts of a Plant Cell Tab Book
- Types of Roots Layer Book
- Types of Leaves Flap Book
- Compound Leaves Flap Book
- Photosynthesis File Folder
- How Plants Eat Side by Side Book
- Plant Sensitivity Fan
- Parts of a Flower Diagram
- Pollination Tab Book
- The Difference Between False Fruit & True Fruit Tab Book
- Types of Fruit Layer Book
- Cones Simple Fold
- Seed Dispersal Triangle Petal Book
- Germination Simple Fold
- Vegetative Reproduction Accordion & Envelope
- Flowerless Plants Flap Book (liverworts, mosses, club mosses, and ferns)
- Plant Lifestyles Flap Book (Annuals, Biennials, Perennials, and Ephemerals)
- Tree Lifestyles Flap Book (Deciduous and Evergreen)
- Types of Cycles Tab Book
How to Get Started with Your Free Botany Lapbook
Follow these simple instructions to get started with the Botany Lapbook.
- Buy a copy of the book, The Usborne Internet-Linked Science Encyclopedia, or order the more recent edition (The Usborne Science Encyclopedia) from an Usborne consultant.
- Print the Botany Lapbook.
- Choose and prepare the lapbook mini-books you want to use.
- Enjoy a week of learning all about plants with your student.
Download Your Botany Lapbook
Simply click on the image below to access your free copy of the Botany Lapbook.
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