To create these flowers have the kids dip the back of a fork into paint.
Then tell them to press down on the paper and pull back making a "tulip" shape.
Have them repeat as many times as they wish.
Allow the fork prints to dry.
Once dry, have the children pain on stems and leaves.
We made a caterpillar face using construction paper, wiggly eyes, and a couple of green golf tees. We then glued it to 1/2 of an egg carton. We then planted grass by using a couple of spoon fulls of soil, and some grass seed. When watered daily, the grass will grow quickly.
You will need yellow paint, a fork, a piece of paper, and a green mark
Have the kids dip the back of a fork into some yellow paint.
Then tell them to press down on the paper and pull back making a circle shape first. Fill in the middle parts and let dry
Draw a stem with a green marker. You can leave the dandelion totally yellow or add a bit of orange paint for some depth.
This is a great activity for older children. Present the children with several different types of flowers that include their stems and leaves.. Have the students choose a flower and place it on a piece of paper. Assist the children in identifying the different parts of their flower and (if age appropriate) labeling them.
This is a great activity for older children. Present the children with several different types of flowers and an anatomy template (seen below). Have the student choose a flower and place it in the center of their template oval. Assist the children in identifying the different parts of their flower.
Supplies Needed; orange and green construction paper, brown paint, scissors and glue.
Cute out a carrot shape, and green strips for the stem. Glue the carrot(s) to a piece of white paper. Once dry, use brown paint and paint the carrot to create the illusion of dirt.
Painted red, baby feet look a lot like flowers. We added some cute lyrics from an old song. You can hear the song below.
This is a fun and easy flower craft. We colored the template (below), and used glitter glue to attach small bits of red tissue paper to the flower petals.