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These fingerprint flowers are simple enough for toddlers and preschoolers to make. This craft makes a great gift or keepsake for Mother’s Day, as well.
Add this fingerprint craft to your upcoming preschool flower theme. This art project is so simple that even your littlest crafters can make them.
Fingerprint crafts make such wonderful keepsakes. It’s fun to look through past crafts to see how much your kids grow.
This fingerprint flowers craft will look great on display throughout the spring and summer.
What You’ll Need
• craft paints (I like these.)
• construction paper
• glue stick
What You’ll Do
Start by tracing a super simple flowerpot onto a piece of brown construction paper. If you use two shapes, kids can cut them out and glue them on your white paper. This is great motor skills practice for them.
Next, paint the upper half of your child’s palm green. Have them line up the bottom of the paint with the top of the flowerpot.
Help them press their palm down to create the stems for their fingerprint flowers.
Have your child make a thumbprint at the top of each flower stem. They can make them all the same color, or they can use a different color for each one. Let them get as creative as they want.
Then, have them use their fingers to put petals around the center of each flower. If you want, you can draw a few circles as a guide for where they should put each fingerprint.
Once the flowers are complete, let them dry before putting them on display or giving them as a gift/card.
Enhance Your Activity Time
• This daffodil craft is perfect for an early-spring craft. The free printable template makes it really easy for little ones to assemble.
Here is another fingerprint flower craft that is super simple for even your littlest ones to create.
Resources I Love
• Flower Garden Build & Spin Playset – Kids develop creativity, imagination and fine motor skills by building with this preschool toy. Chunky spinning gears snap easily into place and help kids develop fine motor skills Get your gears moving!
• New Sprouts Grow It! Pretend Play Set – Simple in/out play along with learning new words keep kids active, learning, and having fun!
• Montessori Flower Puzzle – Help children understand the structure of flower with this wooden peg puzzle.
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