Flower Crafts for Preschoolers


These flower crafts for preschoolers are sure to get the little ones excited for Spring to arrive! Many of these flower crafts use common household materials you probably already have on-hand. Yay for simple and fun activities for Spring!!

10 Flower Crafts for Preschoolers

1. Flower Prints from Soda Bottles

Make flower prints from empty soda bottles to create unique and colorful wrapping paper!

2. Giant Sunflower

It was the sheer size of this giant sunflower that made us smile, and what a fun way to reuse those empty oatmeal canisters! Get the how-to here.

3. Pretend Floral Shop

Use recyclables and a few items from the dollar store to create your own pretend floral shop for kids to make their own floral arrangements, take orders, and make special deliveries!

4. Build a Flower Activity Set

Invite the kids to build and re-build flowers using cupcake liners and a few other common craft supplies you probably already have on-hand.

5. Tissue Paper Flowers

We have even been known to make spontaneous deliveries of these tissue paper flowers to our local assisted living center! These are inexpensive and lots of fun to make!

6. Spring Flower Matching Game

Need a quick activity for the kids to do that’s free and easy to set up? Here’s a little free printable matching game just for you!

7. Fairy Garden Table

Create a space that provides plenty of inspiration for imaginative playtime fun, learning opportunities about various flowers, and fresh herbs for your Summer recipes!

8. Botanical Prints 

Use flowers and other natural items from your own backyard to make beautiful prints with the help of a solar paper kit!

9. Button Flower Learning Game

This simple DIY learning game is such a fun way to develop fine motor skills, counting, sorting, color words, and more!

10. April Showers Bring May Flowers Handprint Art

Create a piece of keepsake art to give to someone special, or display proudly in your home.


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Comments

  1. These are so cute! Our snowbanks are melting, but some are still over my head. We could definitely use some spring around here!

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