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Spring Wildflower Learning Activities

Updated: May 19, 2020

Last week was National Wildflower Week! We may have missed Wildflower Week, but there is plenty of fun activities and learning fun we can do anyway! Check out the links below for some wildflower fun:

A Parts of the flower PDF:

Label the parts of a flower worksheet download:

ASU Ask a Biologist Label the Anatomy of a Flower Worksheet:

Wildflower Coloring Sheets and Books from the Forest Service:

the Forest Service Just for Kids section has wildflower activities:

Forest Service Lessons and Activities for Educators:

Here is some handy information about panting wildflowers from the DNR:

Here is some information on the Michigan State Wildflower:

More information on the Michigan State Wildflower:

Ladybird Johnsons Wildflower Craft from Books and Giggles:

DIY Seed Bombs - ** Make sure that if you do this, you use wildflowers that are native to your area, some wildflowers that aren't native can become invasive and take over native species. :)

Twig and Toadstool has a fun wildflower mobile craft:

I recommend making sure you aren't cutting down anything endangered in your area as well as making sure you're not cutting anything in a protected area like a state park, etc. Only trim what is yours and plentiful.

As always, if you do any of these crafts or activities, make sure you use the hashtag #LearningFunWithLaura so I can check it out!

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