Flowers Photo Resources

Age Range: 2 - 16

Flowers Photo Resources

Lots of photo resources are available below, showing twenty different types of flowers. Use them in the classroom by trying some of the following ideas:

  • Challenge children to use the photos as a starting point for their own drawings of flowers.
  • Ask children to choose a card at random and then try to find information about that flower using research materials.
  • Make a list of similarities and differences between the flowers.
  • Think about the different parts of plants and flowers. What does each plant do?
  • Think about where you might see each type of flower. What does it need to grow?
  • Contact a local florist and think of some questions that you could ask them.
  • Use a sorting diagram (e.g. Venn / Carroll diagrams) to sort the flowers into different groups.
  • Challenge pupils to draw a new type of flower. What would they call it? How is it different from existing flowers.
  • Print the photos and use them on a class display.

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