Inside: This collection of preschool spring activities is all about flowers! Each idea includes lots of hands-on exploration and learning opportunities. Perfect for your spring theme!
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 preschool 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.
Fun Preschool Spring Activities Using Flowers
- Explore sunflower seeds.
- Sunflower seed sensory bin.
- Make sunflowers from egg cartons. (Easy Peasy and Fun)
- Create beautiful spring flowers using liquid watercolors. (Meri Cherry)
- Make flower counting sticks for some spring math fun.
- Get a group of children together to make large sunflower art.
- Work on fine motor skills while counting flowers.
- Create your own matching cards with free flower printables. (Inner Child Fun)
- Paint rocks to use as garden markers. (Adventure in a Box)
- Recycle soda bottles and turn them into cheerful flowers. (A Little Pinch of Perfect)
- Explore flowers by keeping a flower journal. (Cutting Tiny Bites)
- Download flower playdough mats for a fun counting game. (Learn with Play at Home)
- Make vibrant daffodils out of cupcake liners. (Mum in the Mad House)
- Work on fine motor while tearing paper to make colorful flowers. (3 Dinosaurs)
- Add a photo to a paper flower with a sweet note to mama. (Messy Little Monster)
- Put together a flower shape matching activity with a free printable from School Time Snippets.
- Paint a black eyed Susan with your hands. (Sunny Day Family)
- Use felt to make shape flowers.(Fun-a-Day for B-Inspired Mama)
- Strengthen fine motor skills wrapping yarn around cardboard to make colorful tulips. (School Time Snippets)
- Paint with flowers instead of paint brushes. (Learning 4 Kids)
- Practice letter recognition with a tulip name puzzle. (How Wee Learn)
- Paint a paper plate and turn it into a flower. (Happy Hooligans)
- Stamp a cut stalk of celery to create flower art. (Crafty Morning)
- Invite children to explore and sketch flowers. (Buggy and Buddy)
- Find some quiet time to read flower and garden picture books. (Growing Book by Book)
Come see how our classroom looks for spring!
Flowers and Trees Lesson Plans
I’m so excited to be one of the creators of these hands-on flowers and trees lesson plans for toddlers and preschoolers!
Each activity is easy to follow and includes modifications and adaptations to meet the needs of all learners.
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