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FLOWER BOOK: An Introduction to the Study of Botany

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by: Cynthia Tosh
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Publication Date: April 13, 2021
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 76
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781732369191
$21.98

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Book Synopsis
PURPOSE OF FLOWER BOOK

Flower Book: An Introduction to Botany is a three-month course of adaptive and progressive learning based on studying Nature and Creating Art while practicing, Reading Comprehension, Creativity and Fine Motor Skills. The goals for using this curriculum include but are not limited to:

-Understand similarities and differences between 12 species of flowers.

-Learn how to focus on detail within the sketching and labeling parts of a flower.

-Create a guided floral art project displaying 12 species of flowers, a ladybug, and a butterfly.

-Independently name each part of a common flower.

-Improve fine motor skills.

-Restore and enrich attention span.

HOW TO USE FLOWER BOOK

This book uses an adaptive and progressive process to help the learner enjoy the content. Everyone has their own standards of success and this book can serve as a means of exposure, introduction, or advanced learning. Below are the descriptions for these learning levels.

Exposure: Recommended Ages 3-5: Listen to instructor read descriptions, questions, and answers, look at pictures, draw picture, color diagrams, and color one corresponding flower on the art project coloring sheet outline at the back of the book per lesson.

Introduction: Recommended Ages 6-8: Listen to instructor guided directions, complete sections as directed.

Advanced: Recommended Ages 9-up: Complete curriculum independently.
Nine weeks designed to explore one flower species through a reading comprehension exercise, flower diagram, and guided floral art project displaying different species of flowers, a ladybug, and a butterfly. The last three weeks designed to continue this process and measure aptitude in independently identifying the nine parts of a flower. Each week includes an answer key for the diagrams and progressive illustration of where to add a new flower to guide the floral art project process. The result will create a keepsake art piece to treasure. There is also a coloring sheet outline at the back of the book of all the flowers to fill in as the learner progresses through each section. The reading comprehension answer key is in the back of the book. Suggested Supplies: Pencils, Colored Pencils, and one sheet of 9 in. x 12 in. Watercolor paper to draw and paint guided floral art project.

-Connecting with Nature is a way to Increase Self-Awareness and Life Satisfaction-

Includes:

*Scope and Trajectory

*12 Steps to create Floral Art Project

*Glossary

*12 Common Flower Diagrams

*12 Draw it Sections

*12 Flower Diagram Coloring and Labeling Pages

*12 Flower Diagrams and Terms Answer Keys

*12 Common and Botanical Species Names

*12 Descriptions of Flower Symbolism

*12 Lifespan Classifications

*12 Reading Comprehension Exercises

*12 Reading Comprehension Answer Keys

*12 Photographs of Real Flowers

*1 Floral Art Project Coloring Sheet

Thank you for your support and interest.

Terms of Use

This resource was created by The Emotional Advantage by Cynthia Tosh, all rights reserved. It may be used by the original purchaser for personal (family) use only. Larger group discounts are available. Contact Cynthia Tosh at: theemotionaladvantage@gmail.com

Total Pages

76 pages

Answer Key

Included

Teaching Duration

3 months
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About The Author
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Cynthia Tosh was born in Wichita, Kansas. She loves inspiring children, preteens, and adolescents and believes they are the gatekeepers to the future. For over a decade she has enjoyed the opportunity and privilege to interact with these age groups on many levels inside multiple settings including: private/homeschool and public education, bereavement, and being a parent herself.

She is an environmental conservation advocate and believes studying earth science increases self-awareness and life satisfaction.
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