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Wildflowers are easily found just about anywhere. They can be pressed, placed in water on your nature table, or dissected and studied.
Use this list to get started learning about wildflowers!
Online Field Guides
- Wildflower Directory
- Wildflower Color Chart
- Wildflower Identification Tool
- Wildflowers of the US
Wildflower Learning Tools
Wildflower Notebook Pages from Harrington Harmonies
- Wildflower Identification Cards
- Wildflower Color-by-Number
- Wildflower Coloring Books
- Wildflower Lesson Plans
- Florida Wildflower Kids’ Corner
- Native Plant Curriculum
- Wildflower Photo Hunt
- 5 Steps to a Wildflower Nature Study
- Journaling a Nature Walk
- Daffodils – Dissection, Poetry & Drawings
- Wildflower Art
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