Raise your hand if you’re excited for the warm weather! What better way to celebrate than with these flower power springtime crafts for kids? Build fine motor skills and have some sensory fun with these simple autism-friendly flower crafts.
This activity will inspired your child to be creative and mix different colors use an every day tool : the toothbrush. For kids with special needs that have a toothbrush or toothbrushing adversion, this activity can also help them get used to interacting more easily with a toothbrush!
While engaging your child in these flower activities, you can increase interaction and communication by teaching your child to use an adapted sign for “book” and reading The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle (one of my favorite flower-related books for early learners).
If you’d like to learn more about using adapted sign language to help your child with autism learn to speak, make sure to click on the image below to download your free signing poster. Sign language is a powerful way to teach communication and I am so excited for you to get started.
This is the sign for “book” and one of the first signs I recommend you teach your child.
Such a fun way to use up egg cartons rather than throwing them in the trash! I love how these use lots of different colors and are such an engaging sensory activity for kids with autism.
I love this simple flower craft. Paper + popsicle sticks + pompoms + a sweet foam sticker = an easy, fun and educational Springtime craft for kids.
This activity is such a clever way to build fine motor skills. You just need a simple colander and fake flowers to put together this simple project. This one of our favorite Springtime crafts for kids.
I love this craft because it helps build cutting skills in addition to being beautiful, colorful and easy!
Enjoy these Springtime crafts for kids! ♥
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