Spring Flowers Storytime – Gardening – Library Lesson


This spring flowers elementary library lesson is perfect for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and 2nd Grade ! In the first part of the storytime, students will play a flower species guessing game. The second part includes fun facts and trivia about spring flowers, parts of a plant, flower jobs, and more. All text is editable in PPT, PDF, and Google Slides.

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  • Recommended for: Grades K-2
  • Lesson Duration: 1-2 elementary library lessons (about 50 minutes total)
  • Formats: PPT, Google Slides, PDF
  • Editable: YES, all text is editable

***Please note that this presentation is designed to complement a read-aloud. The actual read-aloud story comes from you! I cannot include a recorded read-aloud due to copyright restrictions.


  • 51-slide PPT + Google™ Slides
  • List of 20 recommended flower-themed read-alouds (1 page PDF — great to send home to parents or give to teachers)
  • Scavenger Hunt activity (1 page PDF)
  • Prep, set up, tips (7 pages, PDF)
  • Detailed, pre-filled, editable lesson plan; includes CC, TEKS, and AASL Standards (2 pages, PDF and PPT)
  • Google™ Classroom Basics (4 pages, PDF)
  • Instructions on how to set up PPT slide timings for digital bulletin boards (2 pages, PDF)


  • storytime song — “I Love the Mountains”
  • nursery rhyme — “Mary, Mary Quite Contrary”
  • sign language links — flowers and spring
  • flower names for humans — Rose, Daisy, William, etc.
  • 8 guessing game slides — students choose from four flower species (e.g., “Which one is a tulip?”)
  • flower jobs — gardener, flower cart owner, florist, botanist
  • parts of a flower — roots, stem, leaves, petals, flower, seeds
  • flower idiom — “fresh as a daisy”
  • flower tea
  • flower joke
  • helpful garden insects and creatures
  • word of the week: sprout
  • All slides are illustrated with real photos and colorful clipart for K-2.


  • daffodil
  • tulip
  • hyacinth
  • crocus
  • clover
  • sunflower
  • dandelion
  • buttercup
  • rose
  • lotus
  • iris
  • forget-me-nots

Prefer TPT? You can find this Spring Flowers Elementary Library Lesson here.


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