As we head into summer, this is gardening time for us so flower toddler activities are perfect right now since we’re finally getting into digging in the garden.
My daughter loves helping mama in the garden, she loves digging in there, planting, and helping me water it as well. We do this daily usually and my kids are really awesome at finding weeds for us to get rid of as well.
This list offers so many great flower activities for the kids to do! You’ll find great sensory activities that really allow them to dig in and get their hands a bit messy, too. I have no problem with a bit of messy plan when they’re using their senses and learning!
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Flower Toddler Activities
All of these Flower Toddler Activities are not only fun but they’ll get the kids interesting in learning as well.
We also painted flowers using toilet paper rolls – so simple – Toilet Paper Roll Flower Painting. This is a great way to show the kids to reuse items in the home for crafting purposes.
This Spring Flower Craft from Messy Little Monster is a cute flower craft that uses photos.
Textured Tissue Paper Flowers from Buggy and Buddy turned out really cute.
I love how simple these Bottle Print Flowers are from Simply Fun for Kids.
This Cherry Blossom Art is great for sprint when the trees are blossoming – so pretty – Teaching 2 & 3 Year Olds.
This Handprint Flower Craft can be a great keepsake – Stay at Home Educator.
The Coffee Filter Flower Art is colorful and so creative from Stay at Home Educator. Using objects that you have around the house to create fun crafts is always a good idea.
Montessori Botany – Parts of Flower is a great hands-on way to study flowers – The Natural Homeschool.
Practice real-life skills with Montessori Flower Arrangement – The Natural Homeschool.
I love creating felt crafts for my little one so Planting Felt Flowers from And Next Comes L are super cute as well.
The Spring Flower Garden from Learning 2 Walk is a great sensory bin. Using sensory activities at this age is key to helping them be curious and learn!
The Alphabet Flower Garden from Buggy and Buddy is a perfect way to learn their ABCs.
Get out your scissors and tongs for Fine Motor Play with Flowers – And Next Comes L. I love this fine motor skills activity for the kids.
Flower Play Dough Mats from Learn with Play at Home are a great way to extend play dough activities. We’re big fan of playdough mats in our house because they provide such a fun and solid base fo learning.
You can also learn the parts of a flower with these playdough mats from Learning 2 Walk. You can never have too many fun playdough mats for the kids!
Edible Spring Flowers are a great snack idea from Adventures of Adam.
There are a lot of great activities here to try with your toddlers, let me know which ones you’ve enjoyed.
I recommend just starting at the top of the list and working your way down! This is an easy way to get so many of these flower toddler activities done! The kids will have a blast as well being able to try out so many different activities that all revolve around flowers.
Include them in the choice to see which ones that they want to start with first!