8 Easy Flower crafts for your toddler and preschooler

As it’s nearly Spring, here 8 super easy flower crafts to do with your toddler and preschooler. They require very little preparation and you probably have everything you need in your house right now.

  1. Painting with left-over flowers. If your Mother’s day flowers are dying out, use them to paint. My daughter loved doing that activity and she really enjoyed swirling around some of the flowers to have that spiral effect. You could also use the petals to make a lovely collage.


2. With some cupcake cases, pompoms and wooden sticks, make some super simple flowers.


3. If your child is fan of stickers, use them to decorate some flowers. I cut the flowers and the leaves and my children decorated them with stickers of insects.


4. For this one, we painted the cardboard tubes, then we slotted into each other 2 flowers to stand in the cardboard tube.


5. Which child doesn’t like a bit of glitter? Little disclaimer: for environmental issues, i don’t use glitter anymore. We did this craft years ago! I have not yet disposed of my leftover glitter as there is currently no safe way to dispose of that kind of plastic so they are safely stored in my garage. I don’t know why it took me so long to awaken to the fact that glitter is basically microscopic plastic. Anyway, nowadays, there are some alternatives. Click here for an non plastic glitter made in UK and here a alternative edible option to make yourself!

Read this article here for even more alternative to glitter.


7. Painting flowers

8. Make a flower vase with a milk jug cut in two. We then stuck all around some wooden sticks and stickers.

Let me know if you have other ideas and link back if you try one of these!

For more Spring ideas, check my list of Spring books and here some Montesssori inspired Spring activities.

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About the Author Carine Robin

Carine Robin is a a mother of 2 children. She raises them the Montessori way. Originally from Belgium where she worked as a child psychologist for several years, Carine spent 6 years in Ireland before settling in in the UK. She qualified as a Montessori teacher 10 years ago and has since worked as Montessori teacher and preschool manager. She founded Montessori-family in 2011 to provide opportunities for parents to discover Montessori. She believes that it’s truly possible to implement the Montessori ideas at home to make your house and family life welcoming to your child, her needs and her thrive for independence. She offers parents & babies classes, toddlers playgroups; Montessori home designs, one to one support, parenting classes and online courses.