Parts of a Plant Craft for Kids

Parts of a Flower Craft for Kids

Mar 30, 2022

This parts of a flower craft for kids is the perfect craft to help children learn the different parts of a flower while creating a beautiful spring flower craft. It is the perfect flower craft for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and grade school students.

For this craft, you will need construction paper, a pen, a glue stick, and scissors. You can choose to make this a two part craft and create a bubble-painted piece of paper for the flower ahead of time or you can just cut the flower from construction paper like the other pieces of the craft.

You can choose to draw and cut out the different parts of a flower needed for the project or you can head over to teacherspayteachers here and purchase the template. It also comes with a parts of a flower labeling activity that can be used as a follow-up activity.

If you’re looking for other fun spring crafts or activities be sure to check out this easter egg craft for kids or these fun spring sensory bins for children.

Parts of a Flower Craft Pin

Parts of a Flower Craft Tips for Success

If completing this flower project with younger children (preschoolers, toddlers, age, etc…) you may need to help them draw and cut out the pieces of the flower ahead of time. 

You may also want to skip writing or gluing the words on next to each part of the flower depending on the age of the children you are completing the craft with.

With older preschoolers and kindergarteners you can start to work on matching the beginning sound and/or writing skills when adding on your labels.  

Parts of a Flower Craft Process

Parts of a Flower Craft for Kids

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 Materials

  • Bubble painted paper (optional)
  • Construction paper in different colors
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Black or brown pen/marker/crayon

    Spring Flower Craft for Kids Directions:

    1. Draw a flower or purchase and print out the flower template on construction paper color of choice (or bubble painted paper which you can find the directions for here).
    2. Draw, color, or print out the leaves and stem on green paper and cut out the bottom 1/4 of a landscape-facing brown piece of paper for the dirt part of the project.
    3. Fold and put glue on the top 1/2 inch of the brown paper and glue to the bottom of a construction paper background piece of choice (see completed image to see what this looks like). Your brown paper should lift up so you are able to see underneath.
    4. Cut out and glue on a 1/4 inch wide strip of green paper for the stem. Glue so it is touching the brown paper and looks like it is coming out of the dirt.
    5. Cut out the green leaves and glue them on both sides of the stem.
    6. Cut out and glue the flower onto the top of the paper.
    7. Lift up the brown flap and directly underneath the stem draw lines coming out of it so that they look like roots that spread out from the flower.
    8. If adding labels write the correct names of the parts of the flower next to each part (or print out your own labels or ones found in teacherspayteachers pack).
      Parts of a Flower Labeling Craft
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      Hi, I'm Rachael. I am a kindergarten teacher turned stay-at-home mom of two sweet girls.
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