Do your little gardeners love flowers? My daughter would love if we grew only a flower garden rather than a vegetable garden. We had a great time recently identifying plants and flowers that were growing in our front yard. We moved here a year ago and I was not sure what every plant was in the landscaping that we were left with. We were thrilled to find that each plant we identified was edible! But I’m getting off track. My kids love flowers, growing, picking, identifying flowers, watching the bees pollinate the little blossoms on our fruit trees… If you have a little flower lover, I shared a list of great botany books for kids, but this list is specifically for kids books to learn about flowers. The flower illustration and medicinal plant coloring books are great for your budding artists, too! And kids who love noticing the smallest details.
The Flower Fairies book and others in that series have such beautiful illustrations. As an artist I may be a bit biased toward artwork, but I do love real life photography as well. Enjoy springtime, getting outside and growing things, and learning about flowers with together with these books about flowers.
Some related activities featured in these posts:
- Kids Books about the Seasons
- Books That Teach About Wildflowers
- Kids Books About Ladybugs
- Gardening Books for Kids
- Kids Books About Bugs
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Make some extra time to read with your kids this week.
Our Favorite Books about Flowers
This series of great educational book collections for kids, What to Read Wednesday, will continue, however we will no longer be adding the blog hop at the bottom after this week. I encourage you to join my Love to Learn blog hop on Tuesdays and I am now co-hosting the Encouraging Hearts and Home blog hop on Thursdays! Join, share, and grow with us!
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And now for the link up!
Our hosts will still share a themed selection of our favorite books each week.
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