Anyone else obsessed with seeds? No?
Well, in any event, I thought you might appreciate a ready to go list of activities with seeds.
So here you go.
Perfect Activities with Seeds
Teaching Mama outlines a classic, not to be missed activity. Easy to put together and great for observation!
A fun hands-on art activity for spring. Use those seed catalogs and work those fine motor skills as kids cut out seeds and make their own beautiful creation.
Every Star Is Different’s activity is creative and packs a punch with true garden learning.
Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds gives us the most perfect fine motor activity for kids.
This post comes packed with ideas for an entire mini unit!
Powerful Mothering embraces one of my all-time favorite sensory material: the chia seed. Seriously, have you guys felt this stuff? Beautiful and inviting to kids. The sound is gentle and the feeling is irresistible by most!
Kids will love to match seed vocabulary with the image and the real seed! Perfect for age and developmental range of children!
Fantastic Fun and Learning offers a wonderful invitation to learn and to explore. Kids love using magnifying glasses and love the fact that a seed can look and feel so different from another seed. Not to mention that a seed begins so tiny and grow into food for us to eat.
Fantastic Fun and Learning delivers loads of fun with this activity. Kids get to explore the HUGE seed of an avocado and the tiny seed of strawberry and peppers, for example. Lots of why questions happen with this activity so be prepared!
Mosswood Connections’ activity is perfect for Mother’s Day! Plus kids truly make the connection of seed to soil to plant because they can plant the seeds with a family member!
Crafulate leaves loads of space for creativity and imagination for all ranges of children. Maple seeds are versatile and allow kids to be unique.
Little Bins for Little Hands will rock kids’ gardening world. Plant a seed in an eggshell not only teaches botany but it also provides a lesson on the environment.
Resources to Learn about Seeds
FREE DOWNLOAD: Montessori Guide