Flower Symmetry Drawing Prompts

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Exploring symmetry can be an exciting Activity for kids, especially when combined with the beauty of flowers! Our Flower Symmetry Drawing Prompts sharpen their artistic and mathematical skills.

In this activity, children are invited to Draw the missing Half of various flowers and add vibrant colours, with the concept of symmetry.

It encourages children to observe and replicate the symmetrical patterns found in nature.

Flower Symmetry Drawing Printable

I’ve previously shared numerous Symmetrical painting crafts.  However, This is our symmetry drawing prompt Printable.

Would you like more such Drawing prompts? Your input fuels my creativity! Let me know in the comments.

Symmetry in Flowers

Most Flowers exhibit two primary types of symmetry: Radial and Bilateral.

Radial symmetry, seen in flowers like sunflowers and Daisies, features elements radiating outward from a central point. This can be observed only from a Particular Angle.

On the other hand, Bilateral symmetry, allows the flower to be divided into two mirrored halves (from a Particular Angle). Ex: Pancy

Radial, bilateral and asymmetry in Flowers

Some flowers are Asymmetrical too! Asymmetrical flowers can add a touch of whimsy and interest to any garden or floral arrangement. For Example,  Orchid or Bird of Paradise.

Use the above image to teach the concept of Radial, bilateral and asymmetry while doing this activity!

Flower Symmetry Drawing Prompts printable

This free printable pack has five Popular flowers for children to explore,

  1. Lotus
  2. Tulip
  3. Sunflower
  4. Daisy
  5. Cherry blossoms.

Flower Symmetry Drawing prompts Printable

Each prompt encourages children to not only draw but also to practice writing the names of the flowers, adding an educational element to the fun.

To assist young artists, thin circular reference lines are provided for flowers like the sunflower and daisy, ensuring that drawing the petals remains uniform.

Download our Flower Symmetry Drawing Activity at the end of the post and embark on a colourful journey of creativity and learning with your young artists.


Flower Symmetry Drawing prompts

Flower Learning Pack

This set has real picture cards of  40 popular flowers – including identification charts and Fact cards. A great learning resource where kids can also sort the flowers based on

  1. Colours
  2. Size
  3. Number of petals
  4. Symmetry

It is a delightful and Educational extension of the activity.


More Flower Printables for Kids

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