Flowers are associated with spring, love, and celebrations. They appear in art work, are the subject of poetry, and their scent has been imitated in perfume, lotions, and candles. Flowers should also be used in a fun and comprehensive learning unit. They can be used to introduce and reinforce several important concepts in Early Childhood Education; including language, cognitive, social, and motor skills. This unit includes a letter for parents, a background and description of flowers, 7 detailed classroom activities (including pintables and photographs), and 4 ideas for additional activities. Also, included is a list of goals after each activity, which align with the drafted Common Core Standards for preschool. This unit is appropriate for preschool and day care classes.