Spring is in full bloom here in Texas and what better way to celebrate this than with this fun Flower Names- Name Building Practice Printable. Your students (or child) will have so much fun building their names with this fun, free printable.
We love finding new ways to learn using flowers. So we work on literacy with these Flower Ending Sound Match-up and Flower Editable Sight Word Activity. Then to show what we know with our newfound math skills with this Sunflower Addition and Subtraction game.
Looking for more ways to work on name building? Take a look at these 12 fun name activities. You’ll be able to use these throughout the year.
What you get with the Flower Names – Name Building Practice
This printable comes with two editable pages and includes everything that you’ll need to complete the activity:
- Main flower parts
- 6 blank petals to add the letters for the name
Getting Flower Names – Name Building Practice Printable Ready
To edit this resource, you will need to download the KG font used (KG Red Hands). Next, you will open the document with Adobe Acrobat. You will first type out the name of your student (or child) in the highlighted space on the flower. Then you will spell out that name on the petals, with one letter per petal.
If you have a student that has less than six, leave the remainder blank so the petals can fill the entire flower. If they have more than seven, they can have the petals close together so that all letters can fit!
Using Flower Names – Name Building Practice Printable
Each student will have their own set of Flower Names. You can easily store these in a Ziploc baggie so that students can better keep track of all the pieces.
Download Your Flower Names – Name Building Practice Printable Below!
Click the picture below to download. You will immediately be redirected to the freebie.
I hope that you and your students enjoy Flower Names to use in your classroom this year! Are you looking for more spring ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom? If so don’t miss out on all of our spring Lessons!
Perfect for BACK TO SCHOOL!!! Love it thank you kindly
You are welcome!!
Hello! Love the flower but when I type one of my kids names the font is tiny. Do you know how to make it bigger?
If you are using Adobe, you should be able to adjust the font size.
Thanks so much! This is awesome. Do you have a black and white version so the kids can color it? Thanks again.
I’m so glad you like it! Unfortunately, this free version is only in color. Have you tried printing in the gray and white scale on your printer?
I’m very happy to find your flower! My students will love it! Thank you so much! I also want to print it out in black and white, but it is not possible! Have you also a template without color?
I’m so excited for you to use it with your students! Unfortunately, the free version only comes in color. Have you tried printing in a gray and white scale. There should be a setting on your printer. I hope that works.
Hi, I was not able to open the document. I wonder what went wrong.
Hi there Jennifer, thank you so much for letting me know. Everything is working now. Once you enter your information, you’ll receive an email from me with the download. It may go to your other folders or spam so be sure to check there. If the download is still not working let me know. Hope you enjoy!
Awesome resource! Thank you
Hi there Hope! I’m so glad you enjoy it!!! Thank you!
I have try to get the name printable three times. I have not received a email yet. I even waited over a day hoping it will show up. I check my junk mail also.
This will be nice for an activity in “name trading” to learn to recognize our friends names and who they belong too. So cheerful! Thanks!
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You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be actually something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and very broad for me. I am looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!