10 Ways to Make Flowers with Preschoolers

Flowers, nothing says Spring, more than a bunch of flowers! And these flower crafts are a great way to celebrate Spring!

Everyone loves flowers and making them is even more fun. Plus, many of these fun flower crafts require very few materials, which is great. They can be made by little hands, which is better. And a couple of them can be given as gifts (Mother’s day anyone?), which is awesome!

Flower craft preschool kids can do: paper plate roses, egg carton daisy, coffee filter flowers, handprint bouquets, flower cupcake cups

Flower Craft Preschoolers Can Make

Spring is here and it is the perfect time to make flower crafts! These easy peasy florally fun crafts are perfect for young kids who are new to crafting. There is fun for everyone!

Not to mention, some of these can also be educational as they involve science, working on fine motor skills, and of course art stimulates the imagination!

I hope you love all these creative ideas to celebrate spring as much as I do!

Fun Flowers That Are Easy To Make

How to make a paper rose easy out of paper plates and are red.
These roses look like 3d flowers, how cool.

How To Make A Paper Rose Easy

Want to know how to make a paper rose easy? This paper plate flowers activity that is great for a class or at home. I have done this with a second grade class and simply been the adult walking around with the stapler. This is one of my favorite class flower ideas since paper plates are fairly cheap. 

Coffee Filter Roses

Coffee filter roses are GORGEOUS and could be a great project for even very small kids. This is a flower craft the preschool kids can easily do and one of our many great flower activities for toddlers. Don’t have coffee filters? No problem! You could also do this is tissue paper to make tissue paper flowers.

Handprint Flower Craft

I am loving this handprint flower craft. This is another great flower craft preschool kids can do. Not only will it work on fine motor skills, but they’ll be able to make a beautiful handprint bouquet for mom, dad, or a grandparent or keep their as your own flowers! Flower handprint crafts are best made with regular construction paper as the fingers are easier to curl. 

Flower Cupcake Cups

Flower cupcake cups are a simple way to make bright and friendly daffodils. We did something a little different in the video, but these cupcake liner flowers are adorable! These are such fun flowers to make! Plus, you can mix and match different colorful cup cake liners.

Coffee filter roses that are 3d and are painted.
It is a simple flower art project, but is a great activity nonetheless, since it is a fun way to make 3d paper flowers.

Flowers Kids Can Make

Michele, of Michele Made Me, recycled egg cartons into works of art. These egg carton flowers are lovely and exotic and most importantly, these are flowers kids can make fairly easily. Plus it is one of many different ways to make flowers beyond the traditional paper kind.

Preschool Flower Ideas

Kim at A Girl and a Glue Gun, made some adorable flowers using brown paper bags! How cool are these? This is simple flower making for kids that not only is cheap, but these preschool flower ideas work on kid’s fine motor skills and they get to color the flower and make them lovely! I bet you could also do this with craft paper as well if you folded it.

Flower Activities For Toddlers

Kellie from My Kids Time has a number flower crafts for preschool kids as well as flower activities for toddlers. Make tulips, wild flowers, roses and more! There are so many different flowers to choose from! 

Preschool Flower Crafts

Lisa of Simple Journey, a fellow Texan, made these newspaper flowers. They are stunning (even if fragile). These are great preschool flower crafts, and easy to do, but you get to also break out the water colors. And let’s be honest, who doesn’t love water colors? Plus, these have a very retro vibe to them. These colorful flowers would make great decorations.

Flower cupcake cups made from cupcake liners and paper straws.
This is one of my favorite pretty flower crafts. While it may be one of the more simple flower crafts, just look how bright and cheerful the daffodils look.

Beaded Flower Bracelet

Do you have a lot of pony beads? We do! Bethany, of My Kids Make, made these pony bead flowers with her daughters. You can easily use the pony beads to make a daisy! It really makes this bracelet nice and bright! The best part is these bracelets can be made with a variety of materials like twin, yarn, wood beads, etc.

Flower Project For Kindergarten Kids

Buckland, of Learning is Fun made some Poppy’s with paper and chopsticks! Poppies are so underrated, because they are beautiful. And while we may not be allowed to have a real poppy, this paper flower project for kindergarten kids is the next best thing.

Zipper Rose

Kolleen at Instructables has a flower that they made from a zipper. It is a “Sewing” craft but could probably be adapted for preschoolers by using glue instead or wrapping string through the base to keep it together. These zipper roses are absolutely stunning though! This would also be a great craft for older kids as well.

Yarn Bouquet

Mindy from Homesteadin Mama , created some fun spring flowers with her kids using scraps of yarn, a fork, and some scissors, as well as a pipe cleaner. This yarn bouquet is a great flower craft preschool kids can do fairly easily. Being able to use up scraps so I don’t have to throw them out and waste them is one of the best things. 

Handprint flower craft made of red, blue, yellow construction paper with green pipe cleaners as stems.
This is one of my favorite flower crafts. These construction papers can be saved as a keepsake, plus they can sit in a vase thanks to the stems made of pipe cleaners.

Flower Science Activities

Asia from Fun At Home With Kids made flowers even more fun with these flower science activities. Flowers are beautiful on their own, but you know when flowers aren’t beautiful? At night when you can’t see them, I mean, technically they are, but now you can enjoy them at night by making glow in the dark flowers!

Ribbon Flowers

And lastly, the Quirky kids and I routinely make ribbon flowers together. They love wearing them and I love making them. We can easily show you how to make flowers out of ribbon, the best part is, these flower ribbons can be turned into barrettes! 

Looking For More Flower Activities?

Lovely sweets made to look like flowers.

Flowers are fun to make, but what if you could eat the flowers you made? These lovely sweets are absolutely perfect. They’re floral and bright!

Bust out your colored pencils or markers, because you will love these beautiful zentangle flowers. These free printables are so much fun and this set has 3 beautiful flowers to color!

This flower template is the perfect flower craft for preschoolers, toddlers, or even kindergarten kids. Let them color the flower any way they want, cut it out, and put it together again with a glue stick.

Sometimes crafts don’t have to be fancy with scissors, paint, and glue. Sometimes a good drawing is all you need! Now you make a sunflower drawing with this step by step guide.

Looking for some simple flowers to color? Look no further! We have them! These simple paper flowers can be colored with crayons, markers, paints, pencils, pens…make them your own!

Want another easy craft and other pre k activities? We have over 1,000 of them! You are sure to find something fun for your little one.

6 Comments

  1. Love all of the gorgeous flower ideas!
    Shauna
    myshaenoel.blogspot.com

  2. Hey hun-
    Just wanted to let you know that I have passed on the Versatile Blogger Award to you! This award is to recognize and appreciate fellow bloggers. Congrats!

    -Mikey
    mikey-thesinglemom.blogpot.com

  3. I think these are some great ideas! I will definitely be trying a few. Especially love the yarn flowers:)

  4. Oooh what a lovely and pretty set of flowers! Thanks for pulling this together!

    Maggy

  5. Very inspiring and interesting. Thank you for sharing.

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