This pretty flower is made from gluing q tips in a circle, adding a cotton ball to the center and a green ribbon as a stem. It can be combined with a math lesson as children count how many q tips they used and discuss who used more or less.
This cute craft uses buttons to create flowers. Children glue colorful buttons onto construction paper to make a pretty flower scene. It is a great spring activity!
This cute flower craft uses your child's handprints for the flowers. It is a fun and easy project that only requires a few materials. After painting stems and petals and adding some pretty bows, you have a beautiful flower craft!
Your recycling bin provides most of the structure for this 3-D artwork. Use a cereal box to form the background and a paper towel roll to form the flower petals. Scraps of colored ribbon make the grass and stems.
If you're looking for a spring craft where kids can also get some math out of it then you've come to the right place. This is educational and crafty all in one!
Our flower magnets craft is a great spring kids craft. Use our template to make a whole bouquet of flowers for your children to decorate with sequins, their names, glitter, stickers and more. Attach magnets to the backs of their craft foam creations and you have a great homemade spring decoration to keep or to give as gifts.
V is for vase and violets too and this fun alphabet craft has both. Turn the letter V into a beautiful vase by adding flowers to it. This Letter V vase is perfect for young crafters learning their alphabet letters.
Turn a soda bottle cap into the center of a spring daffodil in our foam daffodil craft! Daffodils are one of the first flowers to emerge after the winter frost and they've always been a personal favorite of ours. We've included a template for the flower to make this simple kids spring craft that much easier to put together.
Help your kids make a garden of flowers out of construction paper and cupcake wrappers. This is a fun craft using new materials for kids which helps to keep their attention and inspire their imaginations. Use wrappers of all different shapes and colors to make each garden unique.