Spring Art Collection
Roses are red, violets are blue, I know the parts of a flower, how about you? Learn all the parts of a flower with this colorful worksheet.
Let your coloring skills blossom with this flower anatomy worksheet. Make your own flower, color and put your vocabulary skills to the test!
In this fun preschool arts and crafts activity, your child will create a cute and colorful caterpillar using pom poms, googly eyes, and a clothespin.
Invite your first grader to create this "layers of love" keepsake for that special someone! It holds a sweet, personal message for the recipient.
Tissue Valentine's hearts make great decorations and help your child utilize his fine motor skills in the process.
A tisket, a tasket, here's a pretty homemade basket to fill with treats at Easter.
Using brightly colored tissue paper, your kindergartener can make "stained glass" eggs that look almost as glorious as the real thing!
Try this simple activity with your child to guesstimate the age of a tree in your yard and nurture her developing math skills while you're at it!
It's spring--time to get outside and dig! Once seeds go into the ground, invite your kindergartener to mark the spot in style.
Celebrate April showers with a springtime arts and crafts activity: make sparkly, shiny raindrops with your kindergartener.
Combine an introduction to shape and counting with a springtime art project by showing your kindergartener how to create a vibrant rainbow mosaic.
In this arts and crafts project, have spring all year round by letting your kindergartener create colorful flower bouquets of tissue paper.
Make vibrant, stunning butterflies out of coffee filters and paint to celebrate Spring!
What's there to do after the Easter bunny has hopped home? Use those beautiful eggs to help your child create a memorable Easter mosaic.
Accordion folded paper reveals endless paper eggs, covered in bright patterns and is perfect for Easter decorations.
Is your princess missing a crown? Look no further: grab a few sparkly pipe cleaners and twist for a crown that's half jewelry, half sculpture, and 100% shine.
It's easier than you think to make homemade play dough -- just a few pantry staples makes a natural version of the toy that kids have loved for generations.
Expand your child's thinking and encourage experimentation with this art project that uses sandpaper and crayons to make a heat transfer work of art!
Don't break the bank! Show your middle schooler how to make an elegant homemade tote bag to give as a gift this holiday season!
Sneak a little learning into Easter by making cute Easter egg counting flash cards in this preschool arts and crafts activity.
Use these pretty egg cup flowers to decorate a spring table. They don't require water, they'll never wilt, and they're perfect for Easter.