Spring is here and ALL the things are blooming! We’ve had so much fun digging into our flower theme, so I wanted to share some of the goodies we’re using! I hope these flower themed books and activities add lots of Spring fun to your learning!
Flower and Plant Books
We’ve got so many good books on our list for studying flowers and plants! Take a look at a few of them! *These book links are Amazon affiliate links. I may earn a small commission if you choose to purchase books through my links.*
Plant Life Cycle Study
One of our favorite things to get out with each new season or unit is our life cycle study for that topic! This life cycle of a plant study includes lots of great hands-on activities like sensory bins, STEM ideas, vocabulary tracing cards, cut-and-paste practice, and more!
Plants Reading Response Sheets
If you have older kiddos that want to participate in your plants life cycle study but need some extra practice, these plant-themed nonfiction Reading Response Sheets are a perfect addition! They cover skills like using text features, main idea and detail, fact and opinion, etc.
Flowers and Spring Sentence Building Puzzles
These sentence building puzzles are a great way to incorporate Spring vocabulary into your Writing practice! By putting the puzzles together students practice common Writing skills like beginning capitalization, punctuation, and sentence structure!
Garden Sensory Bins
A garden sensory bin is perfect for any time of the year, but especially during Spring! LG LOVES playing with her garden sensory bin and creating all sorts of beautiful bouquets!
Flower Preschool Matching Mats
LG has been in LOVE with sensory bin matching mats for years now. But as she’s grown, we’ve had to help them grow as well! These flower-themed Preschool matching mats are such a fun addition to our sensory bins during school time! With these mats she’s able to practice common Preschool skills like colors, counting, shapes, and letters!
Spring Preschool Worksheets
Our Spring Preschool worksheets are a great way to add some extra school time to your routine! LG loves all of the activities she gets to do like cutting, gluing, coloring, and tracing!
Flower Craft Tray
Finally, we love including craft trays as much as possible into our routine! They are a perfect screen-free way for LG to stay engaged while I sneak in a little work or an extra sip of hot coffee! This flower craft tray is super simple! Just grab some construction paper, cut out different parts of a flower, and toss then in the tray with some crayons and glue! Your little one will have a blast!
Well, friends! I hope this post gave you lots of fun ideas and activities to add to your plants theme! I know we’ll be having so much fun!
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