Flower Arranging: A Montessori Practical Life Activity

September 18, 2017

Sarah Shelton

Sarah Shelton

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I have always enjoyed beautiful flower arrangements, but I have never enjoyed the price. That is why learning to make your own flower arrangements is a very important life skill to learn.
My little ones have always loved gathering flowers from our yard and decorating our kitchen table with them. Teaching your children how to arrange flowers not only helps them learn a great life skill, they also get to practice a lot of practical life skills as well. This activity covers skills such as carrying a tray, pouring, and using scissors for cutting. You can adapt your flower arranging activity according to your child’s age and experience.

Your little ones will have so much fun with this, and you will enjoy the fresh flowers on your table. Find out more about this great activity HERE.

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