Get ready for Spring by creating this Parts of a Flower Craft! An activity like this one is not only a fun addition to your science lesson but also a great way for your young learners to work on their fine motor skills.
Parts Of A Flower Craft:
Adding crafts into your lessons is a creative way for your kids to practice developmental skills such as cutting, coloring, and gluing. Practicing these skills will help your preschoolers develop their hand and finger control, writing grip, and much more!
This flower craft is also a fun way to add arts and crafts to your science lesson. It’s a simple activity that can be done in any early childhood classroom, homeschool, or virtual classroom.
What Are Fine Motor Skills?
Fine motor skills are things that children do that involve the coordination between small muscles, like those of the hands and fingers, with their eyes. From holding a pencil to turning the pages in a book, kids use their fine motor skills as they are learning to read and write.
Getting Ready To Make The Parts Of A Flower Craft:
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- Part of a Flower Craft Templates
The templates are in color or black and white. There is also a printable that your kids can glue their flower onto as they create it.
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
To get this craft ready for your kids to create, click on the button below and fill out the form. Next, download and print either the black and white or color template. Then, make copies of the templates and gather the supplies for each one of your students.
How To Make The Parts Of A Flower Craft:
After reading a book like From Seed to Plant by Gail Gibbons, your children will practice identifying the parts of a flower when they create this craft.
To begin making this science craft, your kids will color the flower if you are using the black and white template. Next, they will cut out all the parts and labels.
After cutting out the parts of the flower, they will glue the center of the flower, petals, stem, and leaves onto the printable.
Your kids will then glue the seeds, petals, leaves, and stem labels onto their craft. They can also add the flower label on their printable.
This Parts of a Flower Craft is a creative way for your children to learn about flower parts and develop their fine motor skills.
Pin It For Later:
Do you want to save this science craft for later? Pin this to your crafts for kids board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!
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