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The Life Cycle of Plants

This is a fun set of activities which will help you gain an understanding of the life cycle of plants. There are animations to illustrate a variety of plant processes, games to play, and worksheets to complete.

Birmingham Grid for Learning

• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations

• Middle School Elementary School

Kimberly Middendorf



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