Yesterday I shared with you how we explored and collected the colors of fall flowers and today I want to share with you our fall flower water science.
Since our leaves haven’t changed color yet we introduced fall colors by exploring the flowers of fall and soon we will explore fall leaves.
We love making fingerprint bugs and flowers and now we have a new fingerprint pad to help the process run more smoothly!
This year we had more dandelions than I have ever seen surrounding our wooded area so we put all those dandelions to good work in our preschool classroom.
Painting up bright and beautiful flowers with a water bottle and a fork! A super simple and yet amazing way to put a little spring on the art wall!
My class did such an amazing job exploring this flower painting process at the easel that I just can’t help but share our latest experience!
Our preschoolers explored and created colorful patterns in our paper flower gardens.
Here are 14 fun flower activities that you can explore with your preschoolers.
Come and explore Indiana then scroll on down to check the other posts being shared by my fellow bloggers about their own states in “Booking Across the USA!”
This simple flower idea is a terrific way to combine scientific discovery with fine motor fun!
Exploring the easel painting process by making cupcake flower paintings in preschool.
Taking a closer look at things in our world through our nature window books…
Getting ready for Mother’s Day by planting seeds in our gardening center…
Simple tissue paper flowers for promoting fine motor strength and control…
Enjoying the sticky table experience as we explore the growth of seeds to flowers!
Handprints are always more fun when we get to paint our own hands in preschool!
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