At Walk, Talk, Play we get really excited about activities that incorporate all of our areas of development (gross motor skills, speech and language, and fine motor skills). These easy flower crafts for preschoolers are definitely an “All-Star Activity”.
- Paper Plates
- Crayola MultiCultural Crayons
- Crayola My First Safety Scissors
- Basket for Flower collecting
Step 1: Draw or paste something motivating on the paper towel. We are all about Disney Princesses these days; however you can also keep it more simple for your child like a vase or a heart.
Step 2: Color your images. Choosing princesses gave us an opportunity to talk about different skin tones, eye and hair colors, and selecting crayons to match.
Step 3: Gather your flowers. Walk around the neighborhood searching for flower and leaves. We chose to take safety scissors along with us to snip them.
Step 4: Get decorating! Poke holes into the paper plates for your child and help them to poke the stems through. This activity is great for bimanual coordination.
We hope you enjoyed these easy flower crafts for preschoolers. If your kiddo is interested in flowers check out the flower walk we did a few weeks ago. For more ideas on keeping your toddlers or preschoolers busy, head to our Activities Page.
Perform activities recommended by Walk, Talk, Play at your own risk with appropriate adult supervision provided. Walk, Talk, Play is not responsible for any injury caused while performing these play activities.
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