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While there are still some areas that are seeing a bit of snow still, for the majority of us, spring has sprung!
We’ve had some gorgeous weather over the past week or two and believe me, we have been soaking it up, spending as much time as possible playing outside.
But, of course, as the saying goes, April showers bring May flowers. Well, we’re definitely seeing those April showers this week, pretty much non-stop. So, we decided to bring a little bit of spring inside where we could enjoy it with a fun spring flower color matching activity!
As soon as we saw the flowers start popping up outside, I knew that we just had to incorporate a few of those incredible colors into our home preschool day and this was such a fun way to do it.
Included in the download, you’ll find 6 pages of printable flowers and flower pots in coordinating colors. Just print, cut them out, laminate if you like, and start matching!
Multiple ways to learn
We started out by just matching the flowers to their corresponding flower pots but had expanded our activity by the time we finished. You could easily turn this into a counting activity or, if you’re wanting something a little bit more fun, use them to explore primary and secondary colors.
Just grab one of the flower pots in a secondary color and have your child add the flowers that would combine to create that color. Really, there are just so many ways that you can use this activity and who wouldn’t want to brighten up their day with a little more spring right now?