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Are you building a garden theme for preschool or kindergarten? Our printable garden activities are hands-on, play based, and will engage your little learners.

We have a variety of garden themed printables to choose from–simply scan the lists below to find the activities you want to use with your students.

Fine Motor Activities for a Garden Theme for Preschool & Kindergarten

Flower Shapes Tracing Worksheets

Practice fine motor skills with these Flower Shapes Tracing Worksheets. Trace the ten different shapes with a crayon, pencil, or another fun manipulative.

Flowers Line Tracing Pages

Practice pre-writing skills and moving the crayon from left to right with this set of Flower Line Tracing Worksheets. Your student will be challenged to accomplish three tasks on each page.

Garden Cutting Practice Pages

Give your crayons and scissors a work-out with these fun Garden Cutting Practice Pages. You can glue your student’s work to a piece of construction paper for a finished look (or a picture to give away to a friend or family member). These pages do require some scissor skills and may be best suited for kindergarten.

Snail Shapes Playdough Mats

Introduce or review basic shapes with this set of garden themed playdough mats.

Watermelon Shapes Tracing Worksheets

These are similar to the flower shapes tracing pages, but with a different theme–watermelon! The Watermelon Shapes Tracing Worksheets are great for boosting fine motor skills.

Math Activities for a Garden Theme for Preschool & Kindergarten

Counting Carrots Clip Cards

Your kids will love these clip cards–a hands-on way to learn math!

Counting Leaves Flower Math Mat

Roll the dice and add the leaves to the Flower Math Mat. You can use one die or two, depending on your student’s readiness.

Counting Petals Flower Math Mats

These Flower Math Mats will tell your student how many flower petals to add to each one. Great for practicing counting to ten.

Flowers Colors Playdough Mats

Learn the names and colors of spring flowers with these printable flower colors playdough mats.

Flowers Counting Clip Cards

This hands-on counting activity will help your students understand the difference between less and more; it also provides counting and number recognition practice.

Flower Numbers Memory Game

Learn number recognition and counting with this free matching game.

Garden Pattern Activity Worksheets

Your student will have fun with this hands-on math activity, Garden Pattern Activity Worksheets. She will color, cut, and paste to make a pattern!

Garden Roll and Cover Games

Have a blast playing with math with these Garden Roll and Cover Games. This set includes two addition boards and two subtraction boards–meeting the needs of a variety of students.

Flower Shapes Tracing Worksheets

Introduce or review shape names with this set of ten Flower Shapes Tracing Pages.

Number Tracing Worksheets

Count, color, and trace 1-10 with these Flower Themed Number Tracing Worksheets.

Vegetable Pattern Activity Worksheets

These Vegetable Pattern Activity Worksheets are similar to the garden patterning activity, but with a vegetable theme!

Watermelon Counting Clip Cards

Explore the concepts or more and less and count the seeds with these printable Watermelon Counting Clip Cards. This is a fantastic hands-on math activity for your preschool or kindergarten student.

Watermelon Shapes Tracing Worksheets

Introduce or review shape names with this set of ten Watermelon Themed Tracing Pages.

Science Activities for a Preschool Garden Theme

Sunflower Life Cycle Playdough Mats

Discuss and create the life cycle of a flower with these Sunflower Life Cycle Playdough Mats.

Picture Book Activities for a Garden Theme

Read some great stories and add some book activities to your garden theme with these free printables.

Growing Vegetable Soup

Sing garden songs, play an alphabet matching game, learn about the five senses and more with these Growing Vegetable Soup activities and printables.

Muncha! Muncha! Muncha!

Mr. McGreely is going bananas trying to keep the rabbits out of his garden! This fun story is the base for learning about gardens, colors, garden creatures, rabbits, and more! Check out our Muncha! Muncha! Muncha! lapbook and activities.

The Carrot Seed

This classic story provides a great way to learn about the garden and includes activities for young students: what plants need, size sequencing, colors, and more. Have fun with our The Carrot Seed book activities.

Other Garden Themed Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten

In addition to the printables above, we also have these activities for your preschool and kindergarten students.

Flower Shop Dramatic Play Printables

Turn your classroom or play area into a garden shop with our free Flower Shop Dramatic Play Printables.

Garden Emergent Reader

Add a fun Garden Emergent Reader to your garden activities. Even if your students are too young to read, they can sing it (the words can be sung to the tune of “Here We go Round the Mulberry Bush”).

Garden Scavenger Hunt

Kids of all ages will love strolling through the garden to find the items on the list for this Garden Scavenger Hunt–a great way to get some fresh air and to get the wiggles out!

Happy Learning and Happy Gardening!