Spring Activities Using Flowers

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I get so giddy when spring arrives! After a winter of little color, it’s hard not to be delighted with the beautiful flowers that adorn our neighborhoods. We love to explore color this time of year, so putting together spring activities using flowers is so fun!

There are so many learning opportunities using flowers, too. We make sure to have vases of real flowers in our science area and we will grow our own as well.  Along with exploring live flowers and planting our own from seeds, we read various flower books, create flower art, as well as other hands-on flower activities. My spring and gardening Pinterest boards are packed with ideas, but I thought I’d share some favorites on my blog for easier reference.

 preschool spring flower activities

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Spring Activities Using Flowers

 

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preschooler flower activities

 

 

 

preschooler flower activities

 

 

preschooler flower activities

 

 

preschooler flower activities

 

 

preschool spring flower activities


More fun activities for young children:

preschool art with tea bags      scented dough recipes      water table activities for preschoolers

 

 

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About Sheryl Cooper

Sheryl Cooper is the founder of Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds, a website full of activities for toddlers and preschoolers. She has been teaching this age group for over 15 years and loves to share her passion with teachers, parents, grandparents, and anyone with young children in their lives.

Comments

  1. Meredith @ Homegrown Friends says:

    What a cheery, creative collection! Thanks so much for including our crayon flowers!

  2. Really cool science project to grow their own flowers or grass in the spring. The kids love checking them and watching them grow. It’d be a really cool activity to have them make their own paper bouquet along with it, having them guess what their flowers will look like.
    ~Lanna