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.
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.
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.
Supplies Needed; 7 Popsicle sticks, 4 golf tees, white paint and a paint brush, red tissue paper, and glue.
Place 5 Popsicle sticks equidistant from each other and glue two more Popsicle sticks across to create the slats of the picket fence. Allow to dry then paint white. Next tear the red tissue into small balls and glue it to the top of the golf tees. Once dry, glue the golf tees to the fence.