Mothers Day Flowers

Introduction: Moms always love a gift from their children and the best gift to give is a home made gift filled with love. Mothers day is a good time to make the day special for your mom and have a fun relaxing day. In this activity we will be learning about flowers and labeling the parts of a flower.

Materials:

  1. Colored construction paper.

    supplies

    Photo Credits: Google Images

  2. Scissors
  3. Markers
  4. Glue or tape
  5. Ruler
  6. A photo of you and mom!

 

Activity: 

  • Begin measuring the stem of the flower with a ruler and make it as big as you would like!
  • Cut out the stem and label it on the back.
  • Next trace your hands to create the petals
    tracing hand

    Photo Credits: Google Images

    of the flower. Then cut out the petals and label them on the back.

  • Cut a circle for the center of the flower and glue a picture of you and mom over the front of it!
  • Once you have all your parts cut out glue them together to make a flower!

 

Continuing the activity: 

  • On the stem of the flower write Happy Mothers Day!
  • On each of the petals write something you love to do with your mom.
  • Mothers day

    Photo Credits: The Crafty Crow

    Be ready for lots of hugs and kisses because mom is going to love your art work!

 

Questions: 

  1. Can you label the different parts of a flower?
  2. What are the 2 things flowers need to grow?
  3. Do you know what pollination is? What animals contribute to pollination?
  4. Do you know your moms favorite flower?

 

 

Check out some other cool mothers day ideas to try!

http://www.kiwicrate.com/projects/Clay-Charms/2146

http://blog.growingwithscience.com/2009/05/weekend-science-fun-mother%E2%80%99s-day-science-projects/

https://www.education.com/activity/article/faux-stained-glass-flower/

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