Carnivorous Plants Unit

Carnivorous Plants Worksheets, Notebook Pages, Lapbook/Interactive Notebook

I just added a new 20-page mini-unit on carnivorous plants to the Botany Packet! This packet includes a booklet, notebook pages, writing paper and lapbook/interactive notebook pieces so students can do their own research and writing.

Carnivorous Plants Worksheets Notebook Pages Lapbook and More!

The booklet and notebook pages give an overview about carnivorous plants:

  • Why do carnivorous plants eat insects?
  • How many different species of carnivorous plants are there?
  • What kinds of carnivorous plants are there?
  • How do carnivorous plants catch their prey?

This mini-unit covers

  • Venus Flytraps
  • Bladderworts
  • Sundews
  • Butterworts
  • Pitcher Plants

There is general information about Carnivorous Plants provided. Choose from three options: Booklet, Student Notebook Pages (with fill-in-the blanks) or a full-text version.

Carnivorous Plant Booklet:

Carnivorous Plants Booklet

Carnivorous Plant Notebook Pages:

There are student pages with fill-in-the-blank pages or complete pages that you can print out and read with your kids instead.

Carnivorous Plants Notebook Pages

Carnivorous Plant Writing Pages and Lapbook/Interactive Notebook Pieces:

My daughter has been reading and doing her own research on the different types of carnivorous plants.  She wanted lapbook/interactive notebook pieces whereas my other kids wanted to do a notebook page.  I have provided both options for you.

Carnivorous Plants Unit - Writing Pages - Interactive Notebook Pieces

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Carnivorous Plants Unit - Venus flytrap Pitcher Plants Bladderworts and more

This mini-unit has been added to our (growing) Botany Unit:

If you purchased the Botany Packet already, be sure to check your PayPal email address for the update email with the download link!  Feel free to email me if you need help! ~Liesl

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Botany Packet: This is a growing unit.

At some point, we’ll be going into more detail about mosses, ferns, and cone-bearing plants. Plus, we’ll talk in more detail about plant structure, seed dispersal and some other botany topics.

If you decide to download our Botany Packet just keep in mind that there will be updates at some point in the future! (Those updates will be sent to your PayPal email address.)

This packet is currently $3.50.

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This packet will be updated (sometime in 2019) when we study botany in more depth. You will get updates from SendOwl, the delivery service I use when those are made!


Botany Packet

Don’t forget to check your PayPal email address for the download link!

Botany Unit - Parts of a Flower Parts of a Seed Carnivorous Plants

You might also be interested in this related packet:

If you are interested in going into even more detail about plants, they you might be interested in our Cell Unit.  It goes into quite some depth about animal vs. plant cells.  This past fall, my kids also spent time learning about the layers of the leaf and did a leaf identification project which is also included in the cell unit.

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