10 Ways to Make Flowers with Preschoolers

Flowers, nothing says spring, more than a bunch of flowers! Here are ten different ways you can make flowers with your preschoolers this week – or maybe you can convince Grandma to make them with your kids – as your mother’s day gift!  Don’t want to make your own flowers?  Check out our sponsor for the week, Weekly Plus has a 60% off deal on flowers. flowers preschoolers can make

1 – Michele, of Michele Made Me, recycled egg cartons into works of art.  These are simple and exquisite.

2 – Kim of A Girl and a Glue Gun, made some adorable flower rings from what appears to be flower shaped buttons.  My girls would love these!

3 – Amanda from Funny Days made flowers out of toilet paper rolls with her tyke.  I love how simple they are!

4 – Lisa of Simple Journey, a fellow Texan, made these newspaper flowers.  They are stunning (even if fragile).

5 – Do you have a lot of pony beads?  We do!  Bethany, of My Kids Make, made these pony bead flowers with her daughters.

6 – Buckland, of Learning is Fun made some Poppy’s with paper and chopsticks!  Beautiful.

7 – a Sewing site, Craft Stylish, has a flower that they made from a zipper.  It is a “Sewing” craft but could probably be adapted for preschoolers.

8 – Becky of My Kids Make, created some fun spring flowers with her kids using scraps of yarn, cookie cutters, glue and lots of patience.

9 – Morgan, a science teacher, made these papercup flowers and blogged about them at Morgan Made It.

10 – …And lastly, the Quirky kids and I routinely make flower hair clips together.  They love wearing them and I love making them.


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About Rachel

An original "Quirky Momma" blogger and "Mommy" to six kids under six, when Rachel is not wiping crayon off the walls or wading through laundry, she can be found exploring and creating with her kiddos. She hopes to be someone who acts justly, loves kindness and walks humbly before God (Micah 6:8).