Make a Ring-o-Roses fresh rose petal wreath with your kiddo for a lovely sensory experience and learn the rhyme “Ring-a-Roses” too!
It’s Rhyme Time! I put together a round-up of all our Rhyme Time crafts and activities here, all 14 so far!
This week we are learning the rhyme Ring-o-Roses and made a wreath from fresh rose petals! AND it is mess-free too!
This is very simple to make. All you need is:
- 2 paper plates
- Strips of contact paper or thick clear sticky tape
- Rose petals
Cut both plates as shown in the picture below.
Then wind the contact paper around the one paper plate, sticky side up. Place the other plate at the back to cover the stickiness at the back(which you don’t need).
Stick on the petals!
This activity was for my 2-year-old. It is easy, no mess and so pretty! AND smelled divine too! He picked up on the scent and the softness of the petals, thus making this a lovely sensory activity too!
He stuck the petals all around the plate.
This is where he stopped sticking the petals.
Then I filled in the empty spots so you don’t see the plate.
A ring of roses(petals)!
We added a string around it and hung it on the front door. Little mister was quite please with his handiwork!