Unit 2 : Planting a Flower Kids English Lesson
Unit 2: Planting a Flower
- Learn to use adverbs of sequence to describe a process.
- Teach EFL/ESL learners the names of flowers and vocabulary related to planting and growing crops.
- To teach kids English lesson verb noun collocations relating to growing crops.
Main Lesson Materials & Study Steps
Freddie and Lisa are out walking when they come across roses. Lisa rushes to pick a flower but does not realize that rose plants have thorns. Freddie tries to caution her but it is too late. She gets pricked by a thorn. Freddie teaches her how to grow flowers.
Names of flowers
|bury||seeds in the soil|
Adverbs of sequence – How to plant flowers
- First, dig a hole in the soil.
- Then plant the seeds.
- Next, you water the seeds every day.
- After that, a plant will grow out.
- Finally, wait a few weeks for flowers to come out.
Lisa: It’s such a pretty walk outside, Freddie.
Freddie: Yes it is.
Lisa: Look! There’s a flower!
Freddie: It looks like a rose. Lisa, stop!
Freddie: Roses have thorns, Lisa. You can’t pick them.
Lisa: Do all flowers have thorns?
Freddie: No, Lisa. Look, this is another flower. It doesn’t have thorns.
Lisa: Freddie, will you show me how to plant a flower?
Freddie: Sure, Lisa! Let’s go home.
Lisa: Why are you digging in the soil?
Freddie: The first thing you have to do is dig a hole in the soil, or the dirt.
Lisa: Then what will you do?
Freddie: Then, you plant the seed. The seed is what the flower grows out of.
Lisa: After you plant the seed, you have to water the plants.
Freddie: With water, they are able to grow. Sun also helps them grow.
Lisa: How long will it take them to grow?
Freddie: It will take a few weeks.
Lisa: Do we just wait?
Freddie: No. We have to water the seeds every day.