1. Coffee Filter Flowers
Even before your garden has bloomed, kids can celebrate spring with bunches of these bright bouquets. Encourage your kids to experiment with different combinations of colors.
2. Flower Art Nature Collages
Combine exploring the outdoors with process art for a fun craft!
3. Wildflower "Goop" Sensory Play
Add flowers to this thick "goop" mixture then watch your little ones explore stirring and mixing up their flower concoction.
4. Rainbow Bouquets
Turn white flowers into a rainbow bouquet! As flowers lose water to evaporation, they pull more water up through their stems. When food coloring is added to the water, the blossoms make an amazing transformation.
5. Homemade Watercolor Paint from Flowers
Start by gathering a variety of flowers and making predictions about which will make brighter paint. Keep the flower theme going by using the extra flowers as paint brushes!
6. Design a Nature Necklace
Enjoy a nature walk to gather all your materials, then you’ll all be ready to start creating different patterns and designs!
7. Create-Your-Own Pipe Cleaner Flowers
This open-ended craft involves cutting and beading, which makes for a fun way to practice fine and small motor skills!
8. Flower Lab
Future scientists will love exploring the different textures and analyzing parts of the flowers.
9. Handprint Flower Bouquet
Spruce things up with this bright springtime craft! This super simple craft is an awesome way to spend quality time together and build scissor skills.
10. Bouncy Flowers
Have a blast cutting and putting together the different pieces to construct this paper craft! Kids will love to watch their flowers bloom as they spring up and down.
11. Finger-painted Snapdragon Flowers
This hands-on painting activity is an easy and fun way to get creative! Try mixing colors and painting different sized flowers.
12. Paper Plate Flower Craft
Paint, cut, and paste to build a flower!