Spring Activities

Spring activities for kids celebrate flowers, spring rain showers, and the passing of the seasons. Create fun and engaging projects with this collection of spring activities that are focused on learning. Kids love all of spring's delightful animals and insects. Explore this fun time of year with an activity in the home or classroom. Before you know it, it will be time for summer activities.

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This first grade science activity brings the green grass of early spring inside while teaching your child about the cycles of growth.
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Help your kindergartener identify and sort eight different kinds of common seeds on this "seed wheel" plate you can use all growing season.
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Your child can cut and fold her way to lots of lovely spring tulips through the art of origami!
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Teach your child about recycling and gardening as she re-uses an empty plastic milk gallon jug to craft a swan-shaped plant container!
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Flowers will brighten up anyone's day! Share the joy of spring by making a picture of a vase with fun 3-D flowers that will never wilt.
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Inspired by the children's book, Charlotte's Web by E.B. White, this card brings the spunky spider Charlotte to life!
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In this art project, eight petals of a flower are painted in watercolor paint using different techniques, colors, and patterns.
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This little bumble bee is the perfect springtime party table decoration and is great practice for pattern-making, folding and cutting.
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Help your child create a garden journal sketchbook as she observes and records the natural world around her through the changing seasons.
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Making decorative pottery is a great way to experiment with making patterns and texture on a traditionally smooth surface.
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Try this kindergarten arts and crafts activity and surprise someone special on May Day with a homemade basket of pretty tissue paper blooms.
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Unlike other seed sprouting projects, this one allows kids to compare five different sprouts (either 5 herbs or 5 flowers) by watching them grow in a glove.
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Perk up your front porch with this hanging vase craft, perfect for spring and for getting kids outdoors!
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What better way to nurture your child's imagination than by making a fairy house out of materials found in nature!
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Put old, worn-out picture books to work by constructing a book birdhouse, perfect for welcoming spring.
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Celebrate the coming of Spring and Earth Day with this 3-D art project that makes use of recycled materials.
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Make a clever egg pop-up card for Easter that hides a special surprise: open the flaps, and out pops a fluffy baby chick!
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Celebrate spring by creating a cute crawly critter bag to fill with your favorite candy!
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Kids paint a still life of a vase of flowers using colors found side by side on the color wheel, just like Vincent van Gogh's Sunflowers.
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Invite the hungry caterpillar over to your house by creating a larger-than-life, colorful caterpillar friend out of balloons!

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