Spring finally here! Now, when the days are longer the kids get more active. It is time little minds to explore the nature, play educational games, craft and more. Here we organize some spring activities your child will love to do. We hope you will find an inspiration here and create some awesome spring crafts with your kids.
Spring Crafts for Kids
Learning color with Pom Poms is a great activity to reinforce colors skills, promote fine motor skills and bring a freshness of spring and flowers. Kids will love to glue pom poms to create a picture of the flower.
Tissue Paper Flower is another great activity for little hands. Get a bunch of tissue paper and let your child glue it. The fun part is that he can choose any color he wants and create all kinds of flowers… red, pink, violet, or mixed them up.
Flower Card. What if you mix cupcake liners and buttons? You will come up with a perfect card for mom or your teacher. Create one for grandma and auntie too!
Pinwheel with happy lyrics. Pinwheels are so much fun!Make a couple of them in a different color!
Caterpillar. With pom poms and clothespins you bring so much fun to your little one. Glue pom poms to the clothespins, and voila! You have a caterpillar. Make them big, make them small.
Eggshell Seed Starters. Spring is a time for planting and gardening. Follow this great tutorial and make a little garden in the eggshell. Fun and excited spring craft for kids.
Toilet tube Butterflies. With a little time to create your child will enjoy making these butterflies. Let choose the color of the butterfly and get creative choosing the pattern of the wings.
Hyacinth Flowers. What a Spring without flowers? These hyacinths are so amazing! And looks like real. Easy to create, and bring the fun. Make the bouquet or two
Build a bug. Use construction paper in different colors to create a bunch of bug cards. Great activity to reinforce your child knowledge about shapes and colors as well.
Spring Flower Coloring Craft. Print, color, cut out and glue! Fun spring craft for kids will also teach counting and colors. Use pre-designed petals to color, or create your own design.
Craft and Learn
B is for Butterfly. That just awesome idea to teach a letter and create some hand print craft. Preschoolers will love to do this activity.
Fingerprint counting. Sounds fun, isn’t it? Get free printables here and have fun counting practice with your child. Choose a variety of theme in this pack and get started.
Beginning sound rainbow is an excellent source to teach your child phonics. Simply print and cut the cards, let your child match each letter with a picture.
Preschool Math Flower Petal Counting. Spring is a time for plants and flowers. Learn fundamental math skills with colorful flowers. Make as many petals as the flower shows.
Bugs Memory Game. This simple game is an excellent way to teach your little one colors. Here you will find nine bugs in different colors. Your child can practice reading or color recognizing with these cards.
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