For the past two weeks, we have been enjoying flower science activities. Learning and caring for plants and flowers is an excellent lesson for children. It also makes a great theme for the spring, so if you are looking for fun spring activities and ideas, you might want to add this flower craft to your list. This Parts of a Flower Craft is perfect for kids of all ages. Enjoy!
Flower Crafts for Kids
The Best Parts of a Flower Craft for Preschool and Kindergarten
When I was a preschool teacher, we did craft projects like these all of the time, and the kids loved them. Now I tend to do a lot of hands-on learning with my children, so we don’t include crafts with every theme.
I have to say since we’ve started doing crafts more. Lately, I’ve started enjoying them more too. So if you don’t feel like you are a crafty person, give it a try you might find out you love it.
Learning about the Parts of a Flower
We used Q-tips for Painting the flowers it’s easy, and you can throw them away when they are finished. Plus to be honest, my kids have been painting daily because they love it and I wanted to give them another option and experience to enjoy.
This is such a fun flower project for kids. Your toddler can even get involved with this hands-on activity. Have fun!
Parts of a Flower Craft
- Cut out the parts of the flower – If you have older children that are good at cutting you can outline the parts and have them cut them out.
- Write the name of the parts on scrap pieces of paper – if you have older children they can write and label their own
- Have your child glue on the parts of the flower – It’s great to start with the roots and make your way up (like the real growing process)
- Paint the flower
- Have your child glue on the parts of a flower labels
Perfect Flower Craft!
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