Everything is coming up roses…and daffodils and daisies and more in this 5-day Flowers Preschool Activities Guide! It’s filled with 5 days of activities, printables, and flower fun crafts! Take the stress out of finding flower themed preschool activities with this free printable guide.
What are Activity Guides?
Here at The Printables Library at KidsActivities.com, we know that teaching little learners can be a lot of work. That’s why we have created activity guides that take the guesswork out of what to teach and when!
Each activity guide is broken down into five days of learning fun. The days feature a printable (usually from right here at The Printables Library!), as well as activities that you can do with your kids to extend the learning! We have also rounded up some fun related videos and books that you can add to your daily learning time to keep your kids engaged.
Let’s start some Flower Power Preschool Activities!
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Flower Activities Guide for Preschoolers
Kindergarten Readiness Skills Included in This Week’s Activities
- Making comparisons
- Using a pencil and crayon with control
- Using scissors
- Copying basic shapes
- Counts from 1-10
- Matches numbers to groups
- Shape recognition
- Color naming
- Listening to stories
- Alphabet recognition
- Connects letter sounds to letters
- Draws a picture to express an idea
- Listens to directions
For more information about kindergarten readiness skills, check out this list.
Daily Flower Activities
Flowers Activity Guide – Day 1:
Printable: Roll your own flowers with this printable Flower Craft Template!
Activity 1: Get ready to display your hard work on the fridge with these Felt Flower Magnets.
Activity 2: Create flowers out of fingerprints with this clever Fingerprint Flowers Painting activity!
Flowers Activity Guide – Day 2:
Printable: Color the most beautiful flowers around with the patterned Flower Coloring Page.
Activity 1: After you water the flowers, save the water bottle and make some Water Bottle Flowers!
Activity 2: Don’t throw away that empty egg carton – turn it into a Flower Wreath.
Flowers Activity Guide – Day 3:
Printable: This Printable Spring Flower is perfect for sharing with a friend.
Activity 1: Sometimes the easiest Flower Craft makes the most adorable flowers!
Activity 2: Make Ribbon Flowers and turn them into hair clips or wristlets.
Flower Activity Guide – Day 4:
Printable: Head on out to do some Random Acts of Kindness with these printable cards and a bouquet of flowers.
Activity 1: Make a Paper Flower Bouquet to give to a friend or neighbor.
Activity 2: Bath time will get a lot more fun with these homemade Flower Bath Fizzies!
Flower Activity Guide – Day 5:
Printable: These Color by Number Coloring Pages feature plenty of ready-to-color flowers!
Activity 1: Make a Water Bead and Flowers Sensory Bin for some hands-on play.
Activity 2: Whip up some Cupcake Liner Daffodils to help the house look pretty!
Flower Books for Kids
Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert
Flower Videos for Kids
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