Gardening preschool activities

Engage your preschoolers with fun and educational gardening activities. Explore hands-on ideas to teach them about plants, nature, and the joy of gardening.
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I just love this color changing flowers science experiment! It is really easy to do and the kids love watching the flowers change color. We think it is the perfect science activity for spring! I even created printable recording sheets that kids in preschool and early elementary can use to show their observations.

Chelsey Ann

As much as I love the holidays, I am SO happy they are over, so we can do some fun themed activities! This week it is all about the GARDEN! Most of the printable activities are from my Garden Preschool Pack on TPT. Garden Preschool Pack We kicked off the Garden Theme with a fun play dough tray! We used mini flower pots from the Dollar Tree, flower Toobs, and then we made a batch of brown play dough. Seed Names- Hayden has been working hard to practice writing his name. And what child doesn't…

Danie Reeves
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It was 50 degrees here in Wisconsin today, which basically means it’s time to break out the flip flops and get outside. We are thinking spring thoughts and hoping for warmer days soon, so it’s time to get started on our spring themes in preschool. It is too early to do any planting outside, but […]

Nicole Woloszyn
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Help preschoolers identify parts of a flower with this hands-on lesson! This sensory-rich lesson also has options to extend learning with other activities!

Sarah Hutchcraft