Who can help but enjoy springtime flowers?! “April showers bring May flowers.” What a fun thought. And U.S. Mother’s Day during May brings even more thoughts of flowers. While flower activities are great any time during the spring or summer, May does seem like a natural time to focus on flowers.
Here are some Montessori-inspired printables and activities featuring flowers. I’ll share the links to my previous posts with flower activities. This post will feature flower activities published since last May (except for flower arranging, which wasn’t a focus of my gardening roundup).
Montessori-Inspired Flower Printables
Free Montessori Botany Materials for a Gardening Unit (my roundup post with lots of free printables)
Free Mini Flower Pack from 3 Dinosaurs
Free Flower Printables from Tired, Need Sleep
Free Montessori Nomenclature – Parts of a Flower by NJ at Teachers Pay Teachers
Flower Materials Available for Purchase from Montessori Print Shop
Flower Printables available for purchase from Montessori for Everyone
Montessori-Inspired Flower Activities
F is for Flower Activity and Water the Flower Activity (from my “Montessori-Inspired April Showers” post)
Montessori-Inspired Spring Playdough Activities (my roundup post, which contains a number of flower playdough activities)
Montessori-Inspired Botany/Gardening Activities (my roundup post from last year that contains lots of flower activities)
Fruit Flower (from my “Montessori-Inspired Food Art” post)
Free Flower Printables and Montessori-Inspired Flower Math Activities (my post at Living Montessori Now with links to printables and Montessori-inspired activities at PreK + K Sharing)
Egg Carton Garden from Harvesting Kale
Montessori-Inspired Preschool Flower Unit from Montessori MOMents
Growing Sunflowers in Recycled Pots from The Cookie Train
Butterflies, Ladybugs, and Flowers from Pasta and Beans from Maro’s Kindergarten
Earth Day Scent-sory Bin from The Good Long Road
Gardening Sensory Bin from Growing a Jeweled Rose
Flower Sensory Bin from 3 Dinosaurs
Flower Fun and Labeling a Collage of the Parts of a Flower, Pressing Pansies, and Flower Arranging from To the Lesson!
Springtime at Tot School from The Kavanaugh Report
Butterfly and Flower Color Matching and Buzzy Bee Pollen Count and Clip from Learning and Growing the Piwi Way
Match the Shape Flowers from School Time Snippets
Pre-Math Activity: Sorting Flowers from Amy’s Cooking Adventures
Nature Bracelets from Montessori Tidbits
Botany: Trees and Plants from Mixing Playdough
Flower Activities from Trillium Montessori
Daffodil Work from Like Mama ~ Like Daughter
Flower Activities from Just Montessori
Good Poetry for Kids: Daffodils from Montessori Mischief
Have fun with May flowers! 🙂
Montessori Monday Link-Up
If you have some Montessori activity trays/lessons to share, please link up below. It’s fine to link up a post from your archives – and you may link up anytime during the week! Your post may be any Montessori-inspired activity or idea. It doesn’t need to be related to my Montessori Monday post.
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