Are you looking for fun flower themed activities to do with your kids? If so, you’ll love these printable and hands-on ideas!

In this blog post, you will find a collection of flower themed resources that support language arts, math, and science learning standards.

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Flower Building Words

The “Building Words: Flowers” resource, available HERE, is an engaging and educational tool designed to enhance vocabulary and writing skills centered around the theme of flowers and plants.

Grab this HERE or on TPT.

This printable resource offers a variety of activities and vocabulary cards aimed at promoting literacy development in young learners.

Your kids will build, write, and draw flower and plant vocabulary.

With colorful and visually appealing materials, this resource provides an interactive learning experience that fosters creativity and language acquisition.

Building Sentences: Flower Facts for Kids

Building sentences: Flowers and Plants is a no-prep activity that supports your writing, science, and non-fiction, lessons.

Differentiate the kids’ work with ease…leveled work is included!

These printable worksheet activities reinforce emergent reading and writing skills.

For example, your kids will practice concepts of print, sight word recognition, punctuation, and illustrating to represent sentences.

The children will cut and paste word tiles to build sentences about flowers and plants: one sentence on each page.

When done, they draw an illustration, and write the sentence.

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Flower Poems for Kids

Y’all know my passion for teaching kids how to read through poems and nursery rhymes!

These fun flower poems are perfect to build rhyming, fluency, concepts of print, and expressive language skills.

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Write the Room: Flowers and Gardens

This is an interactive writing center to build vocabulary and engage your active learners in parts of a flower and planting writing.

Leveled Cards included for easy differentiation!

PreK, Kindergarten, and 1st grade kids read and write the room, recording 16 Flower and Plants vocabulary words.

Flowers write the room printable activity for vocabulary and writing. Prek, kindergarten, and first grade lessons about plant life cycle and labeling parts of a flower.

Choose a level, post the picture cards around the room, and the students become eager to record the words on their record sheet.

This Write the Room activity is great for visual and kinesthetic learners.

Spring Math Talks

Oh my goodness, if you haven’t experienced these math talks with your kids, you are in for the best treat ever!

These math talks are designed to get your kids engaged in critical thinking math discussions.

Throughout these math talk sets, you will find plenty of questions themed around flowers and gardening.

👉 Preschool Spring Math Talks

👉 FREE Kindergarten April Math Talks

👉 More Spring themed Math Talks

Would You Rather Questions for Kids

The April and May sets of Would You Rather questions for kids is full of flower and garden themed topics.

Your kids will love the visuals to help them choose an answer. Whereas, you’ll love watching the kids build their decision making and reasoning skills.

Flower Building Kit for Kids

Now that you have a collection of printable resources, how about adding in a fun flower toy?

This flower building kit is perfect for a pretend play area! Let the kids use the non-toxic flower pieces to build their own garden.

Before you go, here are more posts you’ll enjoy:

41 Popular Nursery Rhymes for Kids

33 Fun Flower Facts for Kids

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Free May Color by Code Worksheet

Free Rhyming Coloring Worksheets

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Flower Themed Activities for Kids