Giant Magnetic Plant Life Cycles

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Spring is here and so are all sorts of learning lessons on plants! Our family recently planted several types of gardens outside so when I saw this Giant Magnetic Plant Life Cycles from Learning Resources I thought this would be an awesome item to help teach our kids about the life cycles of plants! Not only is it giant which makes it great for a classroom so that all the kids can see but I love that it’s magnetic! My kids LOVE magnets, as most kids do, and they especially love learning when there is a hands-on aspect to it!

There are two different life cycles included in this set – one for the bean and one for an apple. There are no labels so it’s pretty versatile when teaching or quizzing kids. Each life cycle has 6 different magnets with it that are nice and large. I like how each cycle is a separate magnet so that you can mix up the pieces and have the kids place them back in order.

I think I should have put the apple cycle straight across the board instead of a circle! :) My son couldn’t reach all of it! These larger-than-life magnets really helped my son to visualize the different stages of an apple’s life cycle & a bean’s life cycle.

The Giant Magnetic Plant Life Cycle retails for about $19.99 which makes it a very affordable resource! Learning Resources also has a Giant Magnetic Frog Life Cycle and a Giant Magnetic Butterfly Life Cycle which are really cool too.

Learning Resources has offered one of my readers the chance to win the Giant Magnetic Plant Life Cycles! To enter simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below!

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Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. I received the above product to use in order to form my own opinions. All opinions are my own. Giveaway is open to US only and will end 12:01 am est on 5/19/2012. Winner will be selected randomly and will have 48 hours to claim prize.


  1. Allison Brocking says

    I love this we study the plant life cycle in second grade and would be a wonderful addition to the curriculum. I love the ability to have students come up and be involved hands on when learning about the life cycle of a plant.

  2. Brianne says

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