Who’s ready for Spring? Get ready with these Spring Flower Preschool Printables! Combine the beauty of weather with learning!
I love spring and the weather has been co-operating. We were actually able to get out and start some seeds. I love this time of year. My daughter loves flowers so I created this spring flower preschool printable for her and she had a great time with her bingo dabbers with them.
We bought some sunflower seeds and some perennial seeds to see what I could grow in my garden. We also do vegetables but those have to be purchased as plants with our short growing season. I’d love to have my own greenhouse one day. One can dream.
Until that can happen, we focus on homeschooling efforts on fun Spring printable instead. Not only are they educational, but they make us anxious and appreciative for the wonderful weather.
Spring Flower Preschool Printables
These printables really are great. And if you take the time to laminate them, you can use them over and over again.
All you need to have is use a marker that you can wipe clean and once you laminate these sheets, you’re good to go.
We keep them in the car or in my bag so we can pull them out and use them during times of waiting. It’s a really great plan and activity to keep the kids engaged and learning.
Spring Flower Preschool Printables Supplies
You just need the following supplies for this printable!
- Printer (I have a brother printer)
- Dot markers/bingo dabbers
- Sheet protector (optional)
- Dry erase marker (optional)
The printable set includes:
- 2 dot marker sheets
- 1 large Ff writing sheet
- F letter writing sheet in upper and lowercase
- Flower writing sheet
- Pattern sheet
- Sorting flower by size printable
While we love printables, we also love the power of reading and books. No matter what we’re learning, there is always some sort of book that can accompany our lesson.
Here are a few of our favorite books about Spring that you and your child can explore together.
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And if you’re really craving Spring, you can also put together your own Flower Sensory Soup.