Number one for English language teachers


Inspire your pupils' interest in the natural world with these resources which provide an invaluable resource for teachers introducing young learners to natural science.

The leaves of a young plant sprouting in a pot

What are the components of a plant? How do trees change through the year? Which foods do we get from plants?

Vocabulary and labelling exercises help pupils learn how a plant grows while the worksheets make the connection between plants and food! Inspire botanical interest in your pupils and watch their knowledge blossom.

Inside Plants

  • Grammar focus: Plants

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    In this lesson plan, young learners match phrases to items in a fun illustration, read a text and circle the correct verb form to complete sentences. The activities consolidate superlatives and subject-verb agreement, while reinforcing pupils’ understanding of the life cycle of plants.

  • Parts of a tree

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    This lesson plan contains sentence completion exercises, true/false statements and other activities to teach the parts of a tree.

  • Plants

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    In this lesson plan, pupils study the main components of plants and learn which part of the plant their favourite fruits and vegetables come from.

  • Plants and plant life

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    What do plants need to survive? Do all plants have seeds? The worksheet uses fun illustrations and sentence completion, true/false and other exercises to teach young learners about plants, including the nutrients they need and their role in the food chain.

  • Seasons and trees

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    In this lesson plan, pupils study how trees change throughout the year.

  • Trees

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    What is the world’s tallest tree? Which tree has the biggest leaf? What are the different types of forests? This worksheet teaches young learners about the world’s oldest living beings, including the useful products we obtain from them. Matching, word search and picture labelling exercises also provide practice reading aloud and reinforce useful vocabulary words such as ’paper’, ’wood’ and ’medicine’.

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