Don’t miss these flower activities for preschoolers! These activities are a great way for them to be creative and have fun.
Who doesn’t love flowers? Well, my boys don’t but my daughter just plain adores flowers. They’re so pretty she says. I love them too because our winters are so long and we long for those bright colors outdoors. This also means the beginning of the gardening season which is too short here in Ontario.
My dream would be to have an indoor greenhouse so I could start my seeds indoors. Unfortunately, my lighting in the house isn’t too great so I have to wait to buy plants in the spring to get my garden going.
If you’re looking forward to spring, you’ll love these flower activities for preschoolers. Make certain to check out these Flower Books for Kids as well!
Flower Activities for Preschoolers
If you’re looking for some fun and pretty flower activities, these are it! All of these are great for making beautiful crafts and flowers that are great for early learners.
Recommended Flower Books for Kids
Add a favorite flower book while you’re creating fun flower crafts. These books will talk about flowers and get the kids even more interested in flowers, too! The more that you can talk about a certain topic, the better that they’re going to remember it and learn it as well.
There are a ton of great resources out there to talk and learn about flowers. These flower books for kids are some of our favorites!
Planting a RainbowLois Ehlert’s Growing Garden Gift SetBees Like Flowers: a free childrens book (Mummy Nature 2)I Can Grow a FlowerUp in the Garden and Down in the DirtOh Say Can You Seed?: All About Flowering Plants (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)
Flower Activities for Preschoolers
Below you’ll find some of the best flower activities for preschoolers! So many fun flower crafts and ideas.
Well, bring those flowers indoors with some of these wonderful flower activities for preschoolers.
Grab some felt and put together this easy Felt Flower Craft.
You can use this Felt Flower Counting Activity with the flower petals from the last craft.
Flower Sensory Soup – get messy and wet with this seasonal sensory soup.
Wooden Spoon Flower Craft by Easy Peasy Fun are a wonderful way to reuse spoons for a fun craft.
If you have any extra buttons lying around, this is a great idea – Button Flowers Canvas by Easy Peasy Fun.
Gather your tissue paper for this Bleeding Tissue Paper Flower Craft by School Time Snippets.
Handprint Flower Garden Craft by Fun Handprint Art – I love crafts that double as keepsakes.
Create your own Dramatic Play Flower Shop by Pre-K Pages to add pretend play to your child’s day.
Tissue Paper Flower Art by Mess for Less – because who doesn’t love creating projects with tissue paper? I always keep them from our gifts.
Get messy with these Fingerprint Poppy Flower Craft by Crafty Morning.
More Flower Activities for Preschoolers
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Top 10 Flower Fine Motor Skills Activities from Happy Brown House
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Top 10 Flower Painting Ideas from Messy Little Monster
Top 10 Sunflower Activities for Preschool by Preschool Powol Packets
Top 10 Flower and Garden Themed Snacks from Something 2 Offer
Top 10 Flower Math Activities from Play & Learn Every Day
Top 10 Book-Inspired Flower Crafts for Kids from Playground Parkbench
Top 10 Flower Books for Kids from Sunny Day Family
Top 10 Flower Suncatchers from Rhythms of Play
Top 10 Magical Fairy Gardens from Crafty Kids at Home
Top 10 Ways to Study Flowers by The Usual Mayhem
Top 10 Flower Projects to Eat Wear Decorate or Gift by Words ‘n’ Needles