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Green Things

alligator

alligator

Alligators are large reptiles.
anaconda

anaconda

The anaconda is the biggest snake in the world.
green apple

apple

Some apples are green, even when they are ripe.
artichoke

artichoke

An artichoke is a green, spiny vegetable.
avocado

avocado

The avocado is an oily, green fruit.


broccoli

Broccoli is a green vegetable.
cactus
cactus

A cactus is a prickly plant that lives in dry places.


caterpillar

A caterpillar eats a lot and will turn into a butterfly or a moth. It is also called a larva. Some caterpillars are green.


celery

Celery is a crisp, green vegetable.


chrysalis

A chrysalis is the stage in a butterfly's life when it is changing from a a caterpillar into a butterfly. It is also called the pupa. Some chrysalis are green.


cucumber

Cucumber is a cool, crisp vegetable that is good in salad.


emerald

An emerald is a hard, shiny, green jewel.


evergreen tree

An evergreen tree doesn't lose its leaves in the winter.


fern

A fern is a lacy, primitive plant.


frog

Tadpoles grow up to be frogs. Some frogs are green.


gown

A gown is a fancy dress.


grass

Grass is green.


hat

You wear a hat on your head.


holly

Holly is a tree with pointy leaves and red berries.


hose

Water flows through a hose. Some hoses are green.


iguana

Iguanas are plant-eating lizards that often live in trees.


ivy

Ivy is a vine.


kakapo

The kakapo is a large, flightless, nocturnal, solitary parrot from New Zealand.


lawn

A lawn is a place outside where grass grows.

leprechaun

A leprechaun is a make-believe tiny person from Ireland who searches for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.


luna moth

The luna moth is a green moth with long hindwing tails and eyespots.


lettuce

Lettuce is a leafy vegetable that is good in salads.


lime

A lime is a sour, green citrus fruit.


octopus

Octopuses have eight arms and live on the sea floor. Many of these sea creatures are green


olive

An olive is an oily fruit that grows on an evergreen tree. Unripe olives are green.


pea pod

Peas grow in pea pods.


peas

Peas are small, round vegetables.


pickle

A pickle is a cucumber that is preserved in brine.


pine tree

A pine tree is a type of evergreen tree.


praying mantid

The praying mantid (also called the praying mantis) is a predatory insect that eats garden pests.


pumper truck

Pumper trucks help fire fighters put out fires.


redwood

The redwood is the tallest tree, growing up to 360 feet tall.


shamrock

Shamrocks are small green plants with three-part leaves.


snake

A snake is a reptile with a long, narrow body and no legs. It has skin with scales.


Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is a huge statue located in New York Harbor. It was gift to the USA from France.


tadpole

Tadpoles are baby frogs.


turtle

Turtles are slow animals that have a very hard shell.


zucchini

Zucchini is a type of squash.

How to say green in many languages:
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green vert grün verde verde grön verde

Worksheets and Activities to Print:
Green Worksheet

Green Worksheet

A coloring page on the color green, with pictures of a crayon, shamrock, turtle, leaf, grasshopper, iguana, frog, and tadpole.


Green

A short, printable book about the color green for early readers. The book has pages for the student to cut out, objects to color, and a short phrase to copy.
colors

Find 8 Green Things
Printable Worksheet

On each printable worksheet, the student writes 8 items that are green.
Word Wheel

Green Word Wheel

Make a word wheel about 8 green things using this 2-page print-out; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. After putting the wheel together, the student colors the pictures. When you spin the wheel, the 8 green things appear, one at a time. The words are: grasshopper, lizard, frog, tadpole, turtle, peas, shamrock, and leaf. The student then writes the words in alphabetical order (plus two other green things).
Draw Four

Draw Four Green Items

Draw four green things. Below each item, write its name.
poem

The Color Green and Your Senses Poem

Write a poem about how the color green affects your senses. The lines of the poem begin with: Green looks like, Green sounds like, Green feels like, Green smells like, and Green tastes like.
Draw and Write

Draw and Write: Something Green

Draw a picture of something that is green and write about it. Write about what it looks like, what it does, if you like it, or other descriptive things.
Spelling words

Green Things: Spelling Word Questions

Use the list of words for green things to answer simple questions. Words: leaf, lettuce, peas, grass, lime, pickle, emerald, cactus, frog, alligator, evergreen. Or go to the answers.
Draw and Compare

Draw and Compare Green Objects

Draw two green things and then answer simple questions comparing them, for example, "Which one is bigger?" or go to a pdf version of this page.
Find a word for each letter

Find a Green Thing for Each Letter

See if you can think of and write down a green thing for each letter of the alphabet. Or go to a sample answer page.
Libya

Green Flags

Green can symbolize the Earth, agriculture, fertility, and/or Muslim religion.

Go to a page about color mixing to see how to combine paint to make all the colors of the rainbow.

Or make your own color book!



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