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Printable May Day Baskets

I can’t believe that May Day is almost here! These printable baskets and flowers would make a great May Day kids activity for preschoolers and younger children. There’s both color and black and white versions for coloring pages. Just have the kids cut out the flowers and paste them wherever they want to in their May Day baskets. Alternatively, you could have them cut out flowers from construction paper or make small tissue paper flowers to decorate the baskets with!

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Printable May Day Basket

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Printable May Day Flowers

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Printable May Day Flowers to Color

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3 comments for “Printable May Day Baskets”

  1. […] Pages: Printable May Day Baskets, Fairy Coloring Pages, Mythical Princess Coloring […]

    Posted by May Day Coloring Pages | Fantasy Jr. | April 15, 2010, 2:41 pm
  2. […] Day craft novelties. If your kids like to color there are some great printable coloring pages at Fantasy Jr., with pictures of baskets and flowers to print out.We hope you’ll find a few ideas that you […]

    Posted by May Day 2010: Activities for kids, crafts, wordsearch & printable coloring pages | April 30, 2010, 1:21 pm
  3. The printable May Day Basket is wonderful. I like it because I can see all kind of arts my kinder childen can do with it – we can use it for colouring and stick some around the classroom to show spring and also use it for Easter and put some colourful painted or coloured egges in side by cut out the eggs and past them in the basket and also the spring flowers can be coloured and then cut out and stick som in the basket.

    I am so appreciative of the basket.

    Posted by Marjorie | March 2, 2012, 12:33 am

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