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We’ve been enjoying some much warmer temperatures the last two weeks. Along with the warmer weather, I’ve noticed our trees and rose bushes beginning to produce new leaves. That can only mean one thing – spring is here! This week I’m sharing several spring flower activities for kids to get your kids in the mood for spring. From art projects to sensory play to science, spring flowers are a wonderful starting point for so many fun projects this time of year!
I thought these cork stamped button flowers from Happy Hooligans came out beautifully! They are so colorful and yet so simple for kids to create.
I also love these textured tissue paper flowers from Buggy and Buddy. Kids can get a great fine motor workout scrunching up all those pieces of tissue paper and placing them on their flowers!
And what kid could resist playing with this spring water beads and flowers sensory bin from Where Imagination Grows? Doesn’t it look so inviting?
Instead of using creating flowers from other materials, how about using flowers as your canvas? See how to make these beautiful flowers and learn some science at the same time with this dyeing flowers activity from Gift of Curiosity.
Parents love handprint art. Check out this spring flowers hand print art activity from Homeschooling Mom 4 Two.
These faux stained glass flowers from Pink Stripey Socks would make another wonderful spring flower activity for your kids.
Do some flower science! Dissect flowers to learn all about their parts like Gift of Curiosity.
If you have some plastic bottles laying around, this bottle flower stamp activity from Dabbling Momma might be a perfect way to use them!
Thanks for hosting each week and for featuring our spring sensory bin this week!!! We had lots of fun with it!
Thanks so much for hosting and featuring my craft!
I have a 4, 3, and 2 year old who would absolutely love this!