Fabulous Spring Flower Fun!

Posted on April 10, 2013 | By kayla

April showers bring May flowers, right? If you're planning to incorporate a colorful spring flower/gardening unit into your plans, we stumbled across these great activities that are sure to add some excitement to your lessons! Check them out!

Spring Flower Themed Preschool Printables and Preschool Lesson Plan
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Rebecca over at Living Wright found lots of great printables that would work perfectly in a flower/gardening unit. From letter tracing and counting practice to plant growth sequencing and reviewing the days of the week, your kiddos will have a blast with the colorful math, literacy, and science printables!

Spring Fine Motor Building Preschool Lesson Plan
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Great for fine motor practice and counting, this flower petal transfer activity from Deb over at Living Montessori Now is not only colorful, but also offers a fun way to incorporate gardening tools into your activities!

Spring Art Project for Kids and Preschool Lesson Plan
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If you have time for an art project, you might try painting with flowers! Check out this great craftivity from Alison over at Family Education. We know your kiddos will have a blast with it!

To see the full activity/lesson plan, be sure to visit each of these great sites!

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Happily authoring posts about lesson plans, crafts, unique bulletin board ideas, and other helpful resources for SupplyMe since 2008.