Plant Parts Craft Project and Learning Activity

Let’s make a plant parts craft and learn as we go!

Kids will love this learning activity as they complete our mixed media plant parts craft and learn about the different parts of plants.

plant parts learning activity and craft
Make this plant parts craft while your kids learn all about plants.

How to make our plant parts craft

Have fun discussing the names and basic functions of parts of a plant while decorating this fun picture using various craft supplies.

Tissue paper, marker, pipe cleaners, straws, and paper to make a plant parts craft
Gather all kinds of fun craft supplies to make our mixed media plant parts craft.

Supplies needed to make our plant parts craft

  • Straws
  • Colored paper
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Tissue paper
  • Scissors
  • School glue
  • Colored pencils/crayons/markers/paint
  • Pencil

Instructions to make our plant parts craft

Step 1 of our plant parts craft is to draw a flower on plain paper.
Draw a flower for the kids to decorate with colorful craft supplies.

Step 1

Draw a basic picture of a plant including petals, stem, leaves, and roots. If you have trouble drawing a flower, download and print one of our free flower coloring page printables, and then you can add the stem, roots, and flowers to it.

Cut your craft supplies into small pieces for little fingers to work with.

Step 2

Using your scissors, cut your paper, straws, pipe cleaners, and tissue paper into smaller pieces. This will make it easier for kids to glue them into place. Kids who can use scissors can help cut these supplies too.

A sketch of plant parts being decorated with craft supplies
Decorate your plant parts drawing with the craft supplies you cut up.

Step 3

Using the various materials let your child decorate the picture while you help them name the parts and explain what they do. We used pieces of straw for the stem, because the plants use these parts to “suck up” nutrients and water. We used small squares of tissue paper scrunched for the petals. The leaves were colored with markers, and the roots were pipe cleaners. As an added element we used brown paper to make the soil portion of the picture.

Our finished plant parts craft
A mixed media plant parts craft using tissue paper, markers, construction paper, straws, and pipe cleaners.
This colorful and fun plant parts craft will keep those little hands busy for a while.

Plant parts learning opportunities

  • There are lots of opportunities to reinforce the names of plant parts and functions
  • Fine motor control skills such as cutting and placing objects into the glue
  • Experience various textures with the craft supplies
  • Making basic patterns (in flower petals)
Yield: 1

Plant Parts Craft

plant parts craft

Teach your children about the different parts of plants with this plant parts craft and activity.

Prep Time 20 minutes
Active Time 40 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Difficulty Medium
Estimated Cost $1

Materials

  • Straws
  • Colored paper
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Tissue paper
  • School glue
  • Colored pencils/crayons/markers/paint
  • Pencil

Tools

  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Cut up your straws, tissue paper, pipe cleaners, and paper into small pieces.
  2. Draw a flower complete with stem, leaves, petals, and roots on a piece of paper.
  3. Explain all of the plant parts to your child as they decorate the plant picture with the craft supplies.

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Have you made our plant parts craft? Did you add any other plant parts labels during the learning activity?

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