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Pear lifecycle activities for STEM plant learning play for your kids today

Learning about where our food comes from is an important subject to teach kids. The joy of learning how one of our favorite fruits arrives at our home is a fun experience. Discussing the process of a seed turning into a tree and then harvesting pears may seem like a magic trick to your youngster. To help make it fun – we’ve put together a few activities around the pear lifecycle for you all.

Picture of pear lifecycle printables eBook cover on a wood background.

Educating children about how we are able to enjoy food from the ground to our table is the perfect way to help kids make better food choices. Not only does learning about the pear lifecycle encourage a child to eat more pears, but it helps them see how we must treat our Earth with better care so that fruit can flourish.

Today at KiddyCharts we’re sharing a pear lifecycle printable to help you obtain a visual chart to educate your children about where pears come from.

It’s important to find unique ways to teach children about the various lifecycles in our world. From pears to ladybugs and even frogs, it is important that children learn how our world works. This helps them put the pieces together about life, food and our place on Earth as human beings.

When it comes to educating a child about the pear lifecycle, you may not be able to plant your own pear tree to give them a real-life experience. That’s where this pear lifecycle printable comes into play. You can easily sit down to help your child cut out each part of the pear lifecycle printable and place it on a poster board.

Making this worksheet fun is easy; simply cut out the pear lifecycle pieces of the printable after downloading it by clicking the square image below. Give your child a piece of poster board and glue to see what order they think that the pear lifecycle goes in. This is great practice to see if your child is able to place the pear lifecycle in the appropriate order.

Once your child is done, now it’s time to discuss the pear lifecycle with your child. If your child put something out of order, ask them questions to see if they can’t figure out why that particular order wouldn’t make sense.

You see, you can easily use the pear lifecycle printable as a means to work on comprehension skills, as well as the lifecycle of this delicious fruit, the pear.

There are several activities in the bundle your little ones can enjoy while they are learning about the pear life cycle. Here is a list for you to check out before downloading:

  • Montessori 3-part classified cards
  • Labelling Pear life cycle diagram with the answer key
  • Sequencing the pear life cycle
  • Labeling the pear life stages
  • Pear metamorphosis notebook
  • Pear cutting practice
  • Pear number sequence puzzle 1-10
  • Letter P (for pear) tracing
  • Pear story writing in both basic and primer lined sheets
  • Colouring Pear based on the sizes
  • Pear missing number
  • Pear additions
  • pear subtractions

Click the square image below to download:

Pear Life Cycle printables you can get from the site on a wooden surface.

Looking for some kids activities related to food? Here are some ideas to help

Thinking to create menu with pear for kids? Here are some recipes you might want to try:

  • Kids activities blog has tenderloin with pear-can chutney that will make kids excited.
  • Life at the zoo provides simple pear muffins that kids can enjoy in their snack time
  • Upside down pear cake from Octavia & Vicky looks delicious to enjoy with kids as well.

We hope that you have fun with all the resources we have. Don’t forget to follow us in Pinterest to get more ideas we save.

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Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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Elizabeth O

Friday 4th of October 2019

These are so nice..very engaging with the kids and greatly educational.


Friday 27th of September 2019

This is a fun twist on learning about fruit. I love this and see how the pear lifecycle has become its informative.


Monday 23rd of September 2019

That is so so cool!!! I love the idea of printable lifecycle of a pear, such a fun DIY.

Bindu Thomas

Monday 23rd of September 2019

These printables are very educational and look quite cool too. Great way to engage kids.


Monday 23rd of September 2019

The pear theme is so cute! I love pears and these are great educational sheets!

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