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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

September 17: Flower Week

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The third week of September is Flower Week. You can use dried flowers to make an air freshener.

Air Freshener


  • poster board
  • scissors
  • hole punch
  • yarn
  • glue
  • dried flowers


  1. Cut shape out of poster board.
  2. You may opt to paint or decorate poster board before going any further.
  3. Punch a hole in the top and tie the yarn through it.
  4. Glue dried flowers to one side of the poster board.
  5. Let dry completely.
  6. Now you can add more flowers to the other side.
  7. Once both sides are dry, hang air freshener.
  8. Experiment with different kinds of dried flowers. Which work best?
Source(s): Toolbox Training’s construction card set (activity K6). There are also several flower-related activities (B6, B7, C3, and H7) in Toolbox Training’s book 100 Art Activities for Kids.

Check out the full September calendar to see the month at a glance as well as floating holidays, specialty weeks, and themes for the month.

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