Don't miss these fun flower theme activities for preschool and kindergarten! Find math, literacy, science and more to help you plan your flower theme!
Flower Theme Centers
If you want to plan a fun and engaging spring flower theme for the kids, then this post is going to be a huge help.
Find all of our flower activities here. There are activities for learning the alphabet and letter sounds, building number sense, developing phonics skills and practicing word work.
I hope you find lots of flower theme resources you can use this spring!
Right below this you will find a list of our flower activities. There are lots of free printable and digital resources for you to use.
Then keep scrolling to find a bunch of our favorite flower theme activities from around the web.
You are sure to find lots of fun and engaging activities!
Feel free to bookmark this page and come back as needed to plan lots of fun and learning this spring. And feel free to share this page with your friends so they can too.
Flower Theme Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten
Flower Theme Math and Literacy Centers
Want a simple way to plan lots of fun and learning during your flower theme in preschool or kindergarten?
These spring flowers themed math and literacy centers are perfect for preschool, pre-k and kindergarten.
- Letter identification
- Number identification
- Beginning letter sounds
- Letter sound isolation
- Number sense
- Phonics skills
- CVC word work
- Sight words/high frequency words
- and more!
I have got you covered with these hands-on literacy and math centers!
Many of the resources come with optional recording sheets so that you can tailor the centers to meet the needs of your classroom and individual students.
Better yet, the resources included in this pack are all low or no-prep! All cuts are straight lines and several centers are print and play. Get the flower theme math and literacy centers by clicking the button below!
More Flower Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten
To give you even more options, I have compiled a list of some of my favorite flower theme preschool activities from around the web.
From math to alphabet to science and more, you are sure to find lots of ways to engage and excite your students!
Flower Math Activities
A simple Flower Addition printable will help kids sort and solve simple addition problems.
Introduce the concept of measurement with this fun Spring Theme Height Measurement .
This fun flower inspired Spring Counting Mat is a quick activity to get counting practice into your child's day while having fun!
Practice pattern making with this flower play dough activity.
Super cute flower puzzles to introduce and practice number words!
Flower Literacy Activities
Match upper and lowercase letters with these adorable flower pot puzzles!
Kids can practice spelling their names with these fun flowers with letter petals!
These Flower ABC Mats are so versatile. You will be able to help your kids learn each letter in a variety of ways with one set of mats!
Build a flower while exploring beginning sounds with this fun activity!
These flower pot puzzles focus on CVC words. Kids will love playing with these!
Many kids love planting and gardening. This garden sensory bin will let them plant flowers over and over.
A sensory bin that helps children explore parts of a flower while letting them experience just how beautiful flowers can smell.
An entertaining play dough flower activity that asks children to copy what is on the card. This is a fantastic preschool activity!
A flower sensory bin that doubles as a literacy center activity. This one focuses on rhyming and will keep kids engaged searching for the matches!
Play dough is the base for this invitation to create a garden. You could easily turn this into a fairy garden or a super hero garden!
Watch these paper flowers magically open with the touch of water.
Dissecting a flower is the perfect way to really explore all of it's various parts!
Make a crystal flower to kick off spring in a sparkly way!
Learn all about the life cycle of the flower with this fun activity.
Flowers play a vital role in the pollination process and this fun activity, featuring cheese powder, is a great way to explore this!
Another way to explore the parts of a flower is with a super cute craft like this one.
I love these paper plate lilies.
These pretty flowers are made from recycled plastic!
These flowers are adorably and quickly made with pipe cleaners and beads, which means it's a great idea for fine motor skill strengthening too!
Coffee filters make such a fun craft supply especially when they make something as fun as these flowers!