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Start Spring with a beautiful and interactive garden the whole family created! Let the kids dig in the dirt, count seeds, plant, and water the new plants. The fun is watching it grow together. You can use these gardening activities for kids to teach a variety of lessons including science-based pollination facts, mathematical counting and spacing of garden holes, and so much more! Start gardening!
Our favorite preschool garden activity includes mammoth sunflowers. They are easy to plant, grow quickly, and transfer well outdoors. Plus, they grow really tall, something preschoolers find fascinating! #preschool #toddlers #gardening #planting #sunflowers #seeds #nature #science #spring #teaching2and3yearolds
Who doesn't love planting with kids! Teachers (or parents) and kids will have tons of fun with this planting project and learning more about plants. Plant science is one of the earliest types of science that children can understand, so this is a perfect spring STEM activity, suitable for both PreK or Kindergarten classroom! Take a look at our plant parts activity ideas and grab a FREE printable!
This Vegetable garden posting activity for kids is a fantastic fine motor activity for toddlers and preschool. A free printable that is perfect for spring or healthy eating curriculums. #spring #finemotor #toddlers #preschool #healthyeating
Spring is here and it’s time to enjoy some pretty flowers. This simple cupcake liner flowers craft is great for preschoolers and kindergartners to make. All they need are a few craft supplies and they can make it on their own. These flowers would be perfect as gifts or decorations for around the house.
These fun butterfly facts for kids are a perfect way to teach children about caterpillars and butterflies. Learn about the butterfly lifecycle, caterpillar facts, chrysalis facts, a butterfly’s lifespan, how the butterfly tastes, and more! These facts are perfect for an insect or bug theme, and especially when children are naturally interested in caterpillars and butterflies.