Basic Flower Craft for Toddlers – Day 3 of Creation

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After days one and two, we were ready for day 3 of the creation story: a fun and basic flower craft for toddlers!

My little girl, who’s almost three, loved this activity! It’s a simple yet exciting craft for toddlers, and a great way to learn about day 3 of creation.

Before I started, I reminded her of the previous two days of the creation story. I then explained that God created all trees, flowers, plants, and grass on day 3.

As you can see, there are so many beautiful craft ideas you could make for the third day of creation. Some other ideas include:

  • Paper cupcake trees
  • Toilet roll trees
  • Finger painted trees and flowers
  • A collage of real leaves and grass
  • A beautiful garden made with tissue paper and/or paint

Anything really. Just let your imagination go wild and have fun!

This basic flower craft for toddlers is a great and easy way to teach your child about the third day of the biblical creation story. #creationcraft #flowercraft #toddlercraft #toddleractivity

Day 3 – God Created Flowers

‘And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so’ {Genesis 1:11 KJV}


  • Green paper
  • Green marker pen
  • Paper cupcake liners
  • Glue
  • Glitter

I discovered this fun flower craft for toddlers on the Meaningful Mama’s website. I just adjusted it here and there as my girl isn’t able yet to do most of the work by herself.

We started with a basic green paper. My daughter made 3 glue circles where she wanted flowers to be. She then glued them onto the paper with the pretty side up.

Now the real fun begins: decorating the cupcake liners! Before adding some glittery stars, my little one decided that some flowers could use a bit of extra colour. Afterwards, she added some more glue right in the middle of the flowers to prepare for… glitters!

The glittery stage was by far the best part! There were stars everywhere! Of course, the glittery mess was a little bit to be expected with an overly enthusiastic toddler. LOL!

Once the decorations were completed, I helped her with drawing the stems and leaves, and added some stripes for the grass.

Another cute toddler activity to teach your little one about God’s creation days.

You can also check out our other creation craft activities here:

Is there any other creation crafts you’ve done before? Feel free to let me know in the comment section below.

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