Learn about ten different species of endangered plants in the United States while practicing easy cursive handwriting. Each page features letter warm-ups, the species scientific name and space to practice writing it, and a brief description of the plant including its common name. There is also a black-and-white drawing of the plant and a mention of which states have this species listed as endangered.
Endangered plant species included in this ten-page cursive handwriting packet:
- Lupinus perennis (wild lupine)
- Dicentra exima (wild bleeding hearts)
- Claytonia virginica (spring beauty)
- Lilium superbum (turk’s cap lily)
- Caltha palustris (marsh marigold)
- Lygodium palmatum (climbing fern)
- Trillium undulatum (painted trillium)
- Asplenium ruta-muraria (wall rue)
- Castanea dentata (American chestnut)
- Utricularia inflata (floating bladderwort)
This packet goes great with any nature study or conservation effort. Use it to encourage the awareness that many plants are endangered, too — not just animals. Along the way, children can not only practice their handwriting skills, but develop a bit of respect for the lowly species that grow under their feet.
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