International Women's Day Flowers

Posted by Nicola Battey on


International Women’s Day is celebrated all over the world on 8th March. It’s a great opportunity to talk to your little one’s about “Who are the important women in their lives and why?” And what nice things they could do to make them feel special and appreciated on that day?

To continue the tradition of giving flowers we have a lovely activity to make a paper flower for Grandma, mum or a sibling. We hope you have fun!


Making Paper Flowers

This little activity will encourage you to celebrate International Women’s Day by making paper flowers to let your child’s special woman know how special they are. 


You will need :

  • Yellow paper
  • Red or orange paper 
  • A stick or a straw 
  • Glue, scissors and a pen 

 

Instructions:

  1. Cut 2 same sized circles out of red or orange paper and glue it together with a straw or stick between the two circles.
  2. Cut out a few petal shapes out of yellow paper 
  3. Ask your child why their ‘special woman’ is special to them.
  4. Write each thing they name on a petal.
  5. Glue the petals around the straw to make a flower. 
  6. Give your paper flower to that special woman you admire and respect.  
Happy making!









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