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Preschool Garden Crafts

Getting your preschoolers outside to experience nature and learn about gardening is so important.

And, these five preschool garden crafts are the perfect way to do just that! The first is called The Tiny Seed Craft which is so easy to do. The second is the Paper Plate Suncatcher Sunshine. The third activity is the Paper Plate Carrot Garden. The fourth activity is the Do A Dot Flower Craft. And the last activity is a video on how to make a Handprint Flower Craft. Enjoy!


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Botanical Suncatchers

Bontanical Suncatchers
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Activity:


Botanical Suncatchers

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Paperplate, Clear Shelf Liner, Flowers

Summary:


As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, we love to spend as much time outside as possible. I was excited to tie in our love of nature with strengthening fine motor and patterning skills. These botanical sun catchers are fun and easy for kids to make and super pretty to hang up and display proudly! All you need are some supplies that you probably already have at home, like paper plates, paint, string, and leaves. Once you've gathered your materials, just follow the simple instructions and in no time you'll have your own beautiful botanical sun catcher! These nature-inspired crafts are perfect for kids of all ages and can be customized to match any season. So grab your supplies and get ready to enjoy some sunny crafting!

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The Tiny Seed Craft

The Tiny Seed Craft
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Activity:


The Tiny Seed Craft

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home 

Summary:


This flower craft is inspired by Eric Carle's The Tiny Seed. It's a perfect way to celebrate spring, and it's also a great way to teach kids about the life cycle of a plant. All you need is some construction paper, scissors, glue, and markers. First, have your child cut out a small circle from the construction paper. This will be the center of the flower. Then, have them cut out five petals from another piece of construction paper. Glue the petals around the edge of the small circle. Finally, use the markers to add a face to the center of the flower. Your child will love seeing their creation come to life, and they'll also be learning about how plants grow!

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Paper Plate Suncatcher Sunshine

Paper Plate Suncatcher Sunshine
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Activity:


Paper Plate Suncatcher Sunshine

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home 

Summary:


Springtime is the perfect time to get crafty with the kiddos and make a beautiful suncatcher to hang in the window. All you need is a paper plate, some paint and a little bit of elbow grease and you'll have a shining piece of art in no time! Let the kids go wild with their creativity, mixing and matching colors however they please. Once they're done painting, help them cut out a circle in the center of the plate. This will be their sunshine! Hang up their masterpiece in the windowsill and enjoy the burst of color every time you walk by.

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Paper Plate Carrot Garden

Paper Plate Carrot Garden
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Activity:


Paper Plate Carrot Garden

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home


Summary:


Carrots are one of the most popular vegetables, and they come in a variety of colors including orange, yellow, and white. They're tasty and nutritious, and they're also easy to grow. If you have a young child who is interested in where carrots come from, you can help them learn about the process with this simple craft. To make a paper plate carrot garden, you will need two paper plates, orange paint, green construction paper, scissors, and glue. First, paint both paper plates orange. Then cut out carrot tops from the green construction paper and glue them onto the plates. Finally, cut the plates in half to create eight carrot "plants." Your child can now use their imagination to pretend they are watering and caring for their very own carrot garden. This simple craft is a fun way to teach your child about where carrots come from and how they grow.

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Do A Dot Flower Craft

Do A Dot Flower Craft
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Activity:


Do A Dot Flower Craft

Best for Ages:


+2 

Materials:


Items likely found at home but may require some purchases


Summary:


We love our Do A Dot Markers and were excited to pull them out and make this flower craft for spring. Besides being mess free, dot markers also help kids develop hand-eye coordination as they direct their marker to the spot on their paper. Kids strengthen fine motor skills as they hold the dot markers and move their hands to apply the marker to the paper. For this flower craft, we started with a white piece of paper. We then added some green lines for the stems. Next, we added yellow dots for the center of our flowers. Finally, we added a few pink, purple, and blue dots around the outside of each flower. We had so much fun making these pretty flowers and can't wait to try more dot marker crafts in the future!

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Handprint Flower Craft

Handprint Flower Craft
Summary

Activity:


Handprint Flower Craft

Best for Ages:


+3

Materials:


Items likely found at home

Summary:


This easy handprint flower craft is the perfect project for spring! Made with just a few simple supplies, it's a fun way to celebrate the blossoming season. To get started, you'll need some construction paper, scissors, and glue. Begin by tracing your child's hand onto the construction paper. Then, cut out the handprints and glue them to the center of a second piece of paper. Next, use the scissors to cut out petals around the handprints. Finally, add leaves and stems to complete the flower. This project is great for kids of all ages, and it's sure to bring a smile to Mom's face on Mother's Day!

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