Classrooms are filled with EVERYTHING plants and flowers this time of year!
Our littlest learners are fascinated as we explore everything blooming and growing in the world around us.
Students are over the top excited when we build our science lesson around exploring plants and incorporate spring into 4 of our April Science Experiments.
We have some hands-on spring and STEM fun when we go out and build a bird’s nest.
As we are developing our reading skills we show what we know with our Spring CVC Puzzles.
Talking about different seasons is a great way to get kids learning without realizing they are learning.
Another way to engage our learners is when they master spelling their name. To bring spring together with this skill, I’ve created this Flowers Editable Name Activity so our kids can practice building their name with a seasonal themed game.
If you want more ways to implement the flower theme into your classroom curriculum, check out these Flowers Initial Sound and Numbers Match-Up Bundle.
Flowers Editable Name Activity
We love flowers and this is an exciting way for students to learn about the letters in their name.
This resource is a great way for our little ones to master building their name. Engage students in learning with this hands-on EDITABLE name game. This spring themed editable name printable is perfect for Preschool and Kindergarten classrooms during fall.
It works well for literacy stations, independent work, or in small review groups.
Inside You’ll Find:
- Editable flower pots and flowers (color and black and white)
- 5 flower themed editable name worksheets
Along with the editable name game, there are 5 editable worksheets that students can complete to assess their understanding of the material. There are black and white options available to save your color ink.
Getting the Flowers Editable Name Activity Ready
This editable printable is easy for you to prep. After you purchase the activity and download it, you’ll need to open the document with the most updated version of Adobe.
Once the document is open in adobe you will first type out the name of your student (or child) in the highlighted space on the flower pot. Then you will spell out that name on the flowers, with one letter per flower.
I recommend you print these out on cardstock and laminate them before you cut them so students can easily use this over and over again.
Using the Flowers Editable Name Activity
Students will have their own flower pot and flowers with their name. You can store their pieces in Ziploc baggies so they can keep better track of them.
Students will first look at their name on the flower pot. This will be the perfect guide for helping little learners recognize their name and associate it with it in print.
To start the name game they can place all of their pieces on the floor or table. They will then start planting their flowers in the flower pot to build their name. This student’s name is “Sam”.
To differentiate for older students, you can leave the flower pot blank and students can build their name on their own. You can also leave everything blank and have students write the letters on the flowers, where they can then fill up their flower pot without any guidance at all.
Whether students are playing the name game or showing off mastering their name with their flower themed worksheets, they will have fun and a sense of accomplishment.
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Want EDITABLE NAME ACTIVITIES for the entire year? Grab our Editable Name Bundle. It has 12 themed editable name activities! Plus, when you purchase them together, you’ll save yourself some money!
Have fun with your students in the classroom and at home with this Flowers Editable Name Activity and worksheets.
Want More Spring Learning Ideas?
Don’t forget to check out our Spring Learning Resources where you’ll find over 30 activities for the season.
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