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F is for Flowers Handprint Craft

Next in the Alphabet Handprint Art Series is the letter F. This week we are sharing a F is for Flowers handprint craft! This craft is great for kindergartners as they learn the letter F. Don’t forget to print the free letter f worksheets to go along with it for more letter practice.

F is for Flowers

F is for flowers

This craft uses just a few colors of paint and supplies to make the a pretty bunch of flowers. It’s always a lot of fun to for the kids to see how their handprint can turn into something else. For this craft, we make a green handprint for the bunch of stems, and then add yellow centers and colorful flowers using our fingers. It’s a simple and hands-on way to learn about the letter F!

Materials:

  • Letter “F” is for Flower printable
  • green paint
  • yellow paint
  • paint for the flower petals (purple, blue, pink, or red, etc)
  • paint brush
  • wipes to clean hands
flower handprint art

First, print the printable to go along with this craft. We like to practice the letter on the first page before making our handprint, and we do the next page while the handprint is drying.

flower craft for kids

Start by making the stems for the flowers. This will be a whole handprint using green paint. Paint the entire palm and fingers with green paint. Press the hand onto the the center of the paper to make the the stems. Be sure to spread the fingers and thumb out to leave enough room for the flowers. Rinse hands with water or wipe clean. Now dip the pointer finger into yellow paint and make yellow dots on top of each fingertip to make a center for each flower.

letter F (2)

Now it’s time to add the flower petals! Using a favorite flower-colored paint, dip the pointer finger into the paint and make dots around the flower’s center. Do this for each flower. Now the flowers are complete!

f is for flowers

While your F is for Flowers craft are drying, complete the Letter F worksheets for more letter F practice!

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Emily

Emily formerly taught extra-curricular activities with elementary school children and now stays at home with her two young boys. She loves to get out exploring and learning alongside them. More about their adventures and activities can be found at To be A Kid Again, where Emily shares hands-on learning ideas, crafts, family fun, and more.

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