Snowdrops are often the first sign of growth in late Winter and early Spring, and therefore they are very popular little flowers! Learn how to draw your own tulips with this simple step by step tutorial.
These pretty bell-like white flowers are often the first hint that winter is ending, as they peep up through the snow. They are found throughout Europe and were probably brought to Britain by the Romans. We've got a collection of lovely snowdrop printables which will help you welcome Spring with the kids!
Trace around the dotted lines of this pretty snowdrop tracing page, then colour it in. Lots of pencil practice involved!
Write your own acrostic poem about snowdrops using the letters to start your sentences. Choose from four printables below.
This is a lovely finger tracing activity for younger children, featuring the Spring flower, the snowdrop. Trace the letters with your child's finger or with a pencil, or laminate the page and use a dry-wipe pen.
Here's a lovely activity for the last days of winter and the first hint of spring. Copy the picture of the snowdrops from the left grid to the right, one square at a time. It's a good way to learn to draw, and it takes skill and concentration to get a good result.
This handwriting worksheet has a snowdrop theme, giving your writing practice a theme perfect for Spring.
Snowdrops start to appear in early Spring. Why not stick up this pretty poster as part of a display for the season?