Sugar Aunts: Spring Nature Hunt Flower Craft

Spring Nature Hunt Flower Craft

We are so excited to join our friend Karyn over at Teach Beside Me as she complies a week's worth of Spring Learning and Play activities! Stop over and see what has been added to her spring themed blog hop.  Have you done any Spring-themed activities?  Link them up!


Spring Fun!

We have been loving the warmer weather recently.  Digging up worm, running around the yard, and playing in the dirt is happening daily around here!
We went for a Nature Hike one day recently and took along a bucket to collect all kinds of fun Spring-y items: flowers, acorn tops, tree buds, blossoms...

When we got back to the house, we did a little crafting with our Spring Treasures. 
I cut out some tulip shapes from cardstock and contact paper.  The kids created a collage of our collected items.
Baby Girl (18 months) loved this activity!
((look at those knuckle dimples!  The chubby belly! The dirty fingernails! I can't stand the cuteness in this picture!!))

The kids stuck the nature treasures onto the contact paper and we glued the cardstock to the contact paper to keep the little bits in place.
 We taped a green popsicle stick to each flower and placed them into a basket of paper filler.

It's a pretty Spring reminder of our fun Nature Hike!

Have you gone on a Nature Hike this spring?  Found any treasures?  What did you do with them?

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  1. This is just darling!! I love it! Thanks for participating in the Spring blog hop :)

  2. that is great!

    Claudia @

  3. We've done this before, but our results weren't nearly as pretty! Thanks for linking to the Outdoor Play Party. Off to pin and G+

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  5. This is such a fun and creative way to display treasures found on a nature hike.

  6. Thank you for this wonderful idea. This is an ideal activity this summer for younger kids. This looks like so much fun. Fun art projects for kids, crafts and other creative activities does not only create closer ties within the family, but also develop essential skills and new perspectives.


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