Spring and summer are great times for watching the flowers bloom and spending time in the garden. In this activity, let your child take advantage of the sunny weather and tend to some flowers of her own with these simple yet pretty flower prints. Making flower prints is an activity that can be done both inside and out, and only requires some paper, paint, and of course, flowers!
What You Need:
- Flowers, real or fake
- Construction or drawing paper
- Water soluble non-toxic block printing ink (Tempera or acrylic paints may be substituted.)
- Tray for the ink such as a reused fruit or vegetable tray
- Brayer, spoon or craft stick